CALL TO ACTION: Peaceful Protest #ListenATX
Life Anew Restorative Justice recently had the opportunity to create the narrative of Restorative Justice at the Peaceful Protest at the Austin Police Department Headquarters on Tuesday November 25, 2014. A productive momentum was developed to hold intentional conversations with our community members, city and state and elected officials.
We are planning a gathering at 6:30pm on every Wednesday at Mission Possible (1190 Chicon, 78702) regarding Austin's response to the Michael Brown Verdict among many other cases from our City to Nation-Wide Cases. Our goal is to mobilize community to have intentional conversations to influence policy in communities and schools. .
We will be discussing Restorative Justice in our communities and schools with the hope of preventing more shootings and the criminalization of kids like Michael Brown. This is a clear call to action to follow through with change in our Justice System!
PLEASE GET INVOLVED NOW!!
WHAT IS RESTORATIVE JUSTICE!?
Restorative Justice is a way of responding relationally to wrong doing in our schools, justice systems and in our communities.
Restorative Justice emphasizes on repairing harm and preventing harm; inviting all those affected to discuss how to repair the harm.
Restorative Justice give equity to the community needs, victims needs, and offender accountability and growth.
Organizers: Sherwynn & Kim Patton, Eloise Sepeda, Saul Paul & Edward Reyes
#ShutItDown #ListenAtx #RestorativeJustice #LifeAnew #BlackLivesMatter