november, 2018

15nov7:00 pm8:30 pmRestorative Justice, Community Healing and Interrupting the School-to-Prison Pipeline with Dr. Fania Davis7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Missouri History Museum’s Lee AuditoriumEvent Category:Community & Justice

Event Details

Join the Missouri History Museum for an evening with Dr. Fania Davis, a national thought leader, restorative justice scholar and professor, civil rights attorney and activist who has mobilized life-giving change in schools and communities through restorative practices.  Dr. Davis will offer an overview of the history, origins, and meaning of restorative justice (RJ). She will share stories and data about the effectiveness of RJ approaches in schools and in the juvenile justice system, with an emphasis on exploring its potential to interrupt the school-to-prison pipeline and mass incarceration.  This session will touch upon critical issues facing the RJ movement, including the urgent need for U.S. practitioners to develop a greater capacity to practice RJ through a cultural healing and equity lens.  InPower Institute’s Founder, Rebeccah Bennett, will serve as the event’s moderator and encourages all members of the InPower community to attend.

Session Leader

Dr. Fania Davis


(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Missouri History Museum’s Lee Auditorium

5700 Lindell Blvd.


All are welcome




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