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Restorative justice process helps prisoners, victims

July 5, 2009

For people who will not get out from behind bars for a long time, hope
is a precious commodity, one that can change their lives and their
interactions with others inside the walls. But it also touches people
on the outside, people like Tanya, who say that by entering into the
restorative justice process she found her own voice again, and who also
said that once those men who are released from prison return home,
“they will understand that they are part of the community.”

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