The concept of restorative justice has been applied in various circumstances and in different forums nationally and internationally. With regard to the African American population of the United States the injury to be redressed arises out of, but does not end with, the institution of slavery.
The premise of restorative justice is that societal equilibrium cannot be restored unless the community comes to terms with the injustice and commits to efforts at remediation.
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