Racial Justice and Restorative Justice: From Truth Telling to Reparations

Please join us for a conversation with Fania Davis and Jennifer Llewellyn – leading restorative justice experts and practitioners.


Nov5
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
2020-11-05 12:00:00 2020-11-05 13:00:00 Racial Justice and Restorative Justice: From Truth Telling to Reparations

Fania Davis is a leading national voice on restorative justice. She is a civil rights lawyer, social justice advocate, restorative justice practitioner, writer and scholar with a PhD in Indigenous Knowledge. The Los Angeles Times named her a New Civil Rights Leader of the 21st Century. Fania's research interests include race,  restorative and social justice, and exploring the Indigenous roots, particularly the African Indigenous roots of restorative justice.

Jennifer Llewellyn is a Professor of Law for the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University and the Director of the International Learning Community on a Restorative Approach. In 2018, she served as the scholar in residence for the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission. She is a leading expert on and advocate of restorative justice, publishing extensively on the theory and practice of a restorative approach.

This conversation will be led by Caroline Diamond '22 and Alejo Maggini '22 and will feature an interactive Q/A session. 

Zoom Meeting: https://occidental.zoom.us/j/83297501253
Meeting ID: 832 9750 1253
Passcode: young

America/Los_Angeles public
Event Date: Thursday, November 5, 2020

Fania Davis is a leading national voice on restorative justice. She is a civil rights lawyer, social justice advocate, restorative justice practitioner, writer and scholar with a PhD in Indigenous Knowledge. The Los Angeles Times named her a New Civil Rights Leader of the 21st Century. Fania's research interests include race,  restorative and social justice, and exploring the Indigenous roots, particularly the African Indigenous roots of restorative justice.

Jennifer Llewellyn is a Professor of Law for the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University and the Director of the International Learning Community on a Restorative Approach. In 2018, she served as the scholar in residence for the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission. She is a leading expert on and advocate of restorative justice, publishing extensively on the theory and practice of a restorative approach.

This conversation will be led by Caroline Diamond '22 and Alejo Maggini '22 and will feature an interactive Q/A session. 

Zoom Meeting: https://occidental.zoom.us/j/83297501253
Meeting ID: 832 9750 1253
Passcode: young

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