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In the society, community and family of Restorative Justice, 3rd National Conference 2011

June 21, 2011

Breakfast day 1, Mark Yantzi.  Hmmm, voice clear.  You know the history of Restorative Justice includes the first form of a conference in 1974 of which Mark was the Probation Agent.  He was unassuming, polite, kind and I referenced my connections with the client he took from home to home, Russ Kelly.

….I hope for those of you that attended, my experience is a reminder and validation for all that you experienced.  For those of you unable to attend, I hope this blog post shares how close our family of restorative justice really is.  We are all part of a healing wave.  We are taking root, we are growing and nurturing a way for our futures and our children’s futures.

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