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Circle of Accountability: Being in Circle Outside of Circle.

Boyes-Watson, Carolyn
June 4, 2015

Source: (-0001) Chelsea, MA: Roca, Inc.

Peacemaking circles are a method of communication and problem solving derived from aboriginal and native
traditions. This summary highlights how circles are used at Roca—a multicultural, youth, family, and community
development organization—to open up new possibilities for empowerment through learning how to be
accountable to themselves and their community. (author’s abstract).


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