Feb 22, 2023 | In Their Own Words, Podcasts and Other Media
Every few months we will feature an interview with a restorative practitioner to uplift the folks doing the work on the ground in our communities, highlight original and emerging applications for restorative justice, and provide a better understanding of restorative practices as applied in different contexts. First up, we have Cecilia B. Loving!
Jul 16, 2020 | News and Updates, Podcasts and Other Media
How do you fix a case of national amnesia? A case study in Berlin, and in Montgomery
WNYC’s On The Media recently featured an episode that explores what needs to happen in order for the United States to reckon with and make amends for our history of enslavement and its legacy – the ideology of white supremacy.
Dec 4, 2019 | News and Updates, Podcasts and Other Media, Restorative Justice in Other US Cities
NPR recently aired an interview with Chesa Boudin, San Francisco’s newest District Attorney, who narrowly won the race on a platform of radically overhauling how that office handles crime and punishment.
Sep 6, 2019 | News and Updates, Podcasts and Other Media, Restorative Justice Programs, Seeking Restorative Justice
In case you missed it, over the Summer WNYC’s On The Media aired a three-part series called Repairing Justice.
May 10, 2019 | News and Updates, Podcasts and Other Media
On their podcast, How to Survive the End of the World, Autumn Brown and adrienne maree brown spoke with Mariame Kaba about community accountability, transformative justice, and the #metoo Movement. Kaba is an organizer, educator, curator, founder and director of Project NIA.