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Rethinking drug courts: Restorative justice as a response to racial injustice

May 9, 2009

Where the drug treatment court gives a dominant role to criminal
justice and therapeutic professionals, the community conferencing
approach empowers lay community representatives, and is thereby capable
of addressing some of the social capital deficits in inner-city
minority communities that are associated with the war on drugs.

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