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Re-defining Justice: Crime and Punishment in the Faith Community: A Discussion and Study Guide

Magnani, L
June 4, 2015

Source: (1993) Oakland, CA: American Friends Service Committee Criminal Justice Program. October-November, 4p.

This discussion and study guide on restorative justice is intended as an education tool on the issue for faith communities. The report is divided into four sections: what is justice, race and the criminal justice system, women in the criminal justice system, and capital punishment.


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