Source: (2005) St. Paul, MN: Living Justice Press.

"Justice as Healing offers a bountiful harvest of insights of 29 Indigenous voices--emanating from almost as many Indigenous cultures--as well as five Indigenous organizations and 15 non-Indigenous contributors, at once expressing both diverse and common views about the nature of Aboriginal justice, its underlying values and worldviews, its paradigmatic differences with western justice, and its applicability to healing wounds of mass systemic harm, both past and present." (excerpt)