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This training teaches the basic components of Circle Keeping, as well as give everyone an experience of being in circle. Elizabeth Clemants will cover both community building and building safety in a circle, basic processes and questions. By the end of this training, each student should be ready to hold a simple circle on their own in a safe setting. The cost of this training is $480.Find out more »
WORTHshop Inc., which believes that every human is worth being heard, loved, seen and worth restorative justice, will host weekly circles for men to reclaim what was left behind when they experienced harm, embrace their worth, and heal their life in a sacred space designed for them. The healing circles will provide a space to be present, develop community brotherhood, faith and work, and healthier relationships.Find out more »
Restorative Justice Initiative invites you to join us for a fundraiser to learn more about restorative justice and the power of listening with Restorative Justice Initiative and pianist, Makiko Hirata. The evening will feature conversation and classical music with "Dr. Pianist," Makiko Hirata, and the RJI community. To join us, please RSVP by making a donation and we will send you the link to join the event on Zoom via email.Find out more »
Snap, Inc. (best known as the company that created Snapchat) believes in the power of sharing words and images to bring friends closer together. Council practice has been a part of the corporate culture at Snap from the company's founding, and they host monthly Community Councils for Snap employees and members of the public. They will offer a Council 1 Training in October 2020 to individuals in the US via video conference. This experiential training will be free of charge and taking place…Find out more »
Jasmyn Elise Story, an international Restorative Justice Facilitator, Doula, and the founder of The People’s Coalition and Freedom Farm Azul, will host their Fall 2020 training series online. Introduction to Structural Violence will explore the concept of structural violence and historical harm, how to recognize it within different context, how to identifying root causes, and how restorative community building can be utilized to address sustained or lingering damage caused by the inflaming of a structurally violent moment in the present or past.…Find out more »
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