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Justice As Healing: Indigenous Ways

Restorative justice traces its roots to Indigenous traditions worldwide. This collection of articles from a newsletter published by the Native Law Centre at the University of Saskatchewan presents mostly Indigenous authors sharing their understanding and experiences with community peacemaking. This powerful 450-page book calls us to reconsider some of our deepest assumptions about justice.

Drawing on a decade of Native writing on restorative justice and on community-based, healing responses to conflicts and crimes, this substantive book features forty-five articles from community members, scholars, judges, lawyers, and Elders, most of whom are Indigenous.

Wanda D. McCaslin, editor

Living Justice Press

Resource Link: www.livingjusticepress.org

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