Source: (1998) Contemporary Justice Review. 1(1): 149-166.
Fred Boehrer and His wife, Diana Conroy, and their children live in the Catholic Worker tradition at Emmaus House in Albany New York, a house of hospitality for the homeless. To show its solidarity with the poor the family lives in voluntary poverty. In all aspects of their lives, they live day to day the principles that reside at the core of the restorative justice movement. In the interview conducted by Dennis Sullivan in August 1997, Fred Boehrer talks about his family’s concern for social justice and how this concern translates into daily life. (Excerpt)
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