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Beyond Zero Tolerance: Restoring Justice in Secondary Schools

Source: (2006) Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 4(2): 123 -147.Overall, results from the case study analysis indicated that the school district has experienced a number of positive outcomes since embracing restorative justice practices, includ... READ MORE

Symposium on Race, Crime, and Voting: Social, Political, and Philosophical Perspectives on Felony Disenfranchisement in America: Civic Engagement and Reintegration: Toward a Community-Focused Theory and Practice.

Source: (2004) Columbia Human Rights Law Review. 36: 241-286.A majority of states in the United States deny voting rights to convicted felons until the end of their incarceration or the end of their probationary scheme. Several states permanently ... READ MORE