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On Our Terms: Restorative Justice in NYC Schools

Curious to learn more about restorative justice in schools? Check out the recently launched project, On Our Terms. The project was designed by an intergenerational group of New York City students, parents, educators, and activists, shaped by the wisdom of first-hand experience with restorative justice and activism. The interactive online platform, and the companion print report, provides an opportunity to hear about topics such as community and healing, reimagining safety, racial justice, and more. Check out the project to learn more about what restorative justice looks like in NYC schools today, as well as what the future could hold. 

  • Date Posted

    April 25, 2024

  • Author

    Jennie Morrison

  • Organization

    Teachers Unite

  • Category

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