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Presented By: Residential College

Teach-in: Restorative Justice in Practice & Interrupting the School-to-Prison Pipeline

Open to the public

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Join the U-M Residential College for a teach-in on Restorative Justice in practice & interrupting the school-to-prison pipeline taking place on July 29 from 2-3:30pm ET.

THIS EVENT IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! Register at http://myumi.ch/DE3rr

The presenters include:
Amy Navvab is a restorative justice educator, facilitator, and trainer, and has worked in the Chicago and Denver Public Schools as well as in the criminal justice system in Boulder, CO.

Daniel Jones is the Project Coordinator for the Michigan Collaborative to End Mass Incarceration (MI-CEMI), and a consultant for the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) Michigan Criminal Justice Program.

Becca Pickus is a lecturer in the RC Social Theory and Practice Program, where she teaches classes at the intersection of mass incarceration; racial and restorative justice; and trauma-responsive practices.

This Teach-in is offered in conjunction with an RC summer course, “Restorative Justice, Prison Reform, Abolition: From Theory to Practice” (RCSSCI 360.202), taught by RC Lecturer Becca Pickus.
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