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“Restorative justice from prison.”

Lund, Laurie.
June 4, 2015

Source: (1997) The ICCA Journal 3 (August): 50-51, 55.

At the time of writing this article, Lund was an inmate in Minnesota. Convicted of a violent crime, she describes her involvement with various restorative justice programs. These include meaningful work both inside and outside of a prison setting, a Speakers Bureau (for inmates to address young people in the community to warn them about the effects of being an offender), and volunteer projects in a local school. She conveys the positive changes in her due to participation in these programs.


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