Restorative Justice: ICEO Community Dialogues

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Restorative justice challenges us to hold ourselves and our communities accountable to cultivating and maintaining the relationships and systems that deeply center our humanity and align with our core values. How can restorative practices be used to not only address interpersonal harm but transform the ways in which we live, work and learn together in service of a more just and equitable society?

In this interactive presentation and discussion, participants will be introduced to the indigenous origins and core tenants of restorative justice; its contemporary practices and applications on college campuses, and how it can help us realize our vision for equity, inclusion and belonging.

The session will be led by Nina Harris, Restorative Resolutions Coordinator (Institute Discrimination Harassment & Response).

This event will feature ASL or CART services. For accessibility requests, email rornitz@mit.edu.

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