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Making a Movie – Restorative Justice.

Flanders, Linda
June 4, 2015

Source: (2003) Article printed in The Fourth R, Spring, newsletter for the National Association for Conflict Management, Washington D.C. Downloaded 5 December 2005.

The Restorative Justice Video-Movie Project is an innovative and media art-based program
developed to fulfill two identified goals: 1) to seek a “renaissance in juvenile justice,” and 2)
to resolve two of the core issues of violence in today’s schools—bullying and harassment.
The creativity and innovation inherent in the “movie-making” project helped realize the
spirit of that vision. (excerpt)


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