Source: (2001) Conciliation Quarterly 20 (3): 6-8.

Harley Eagle is a program coordinator for the Oglala Lakota Nation Mennonite Central Committee Voluntary Service Unit. He and his wife share many responsibilities of this work, including teaching a course on Aboriginal Restorative Justice at Oglala Lakota College (Pine Ridge Reservation, or Oglala Lakota Nation). In this article he discusses restorative justice and aboriginal life, specifically connecting restorative justice with indigenous cultural traditions (for example, the significance and use of the circle, or Medicine Wheel, in community discussion and action).


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