Ongoing Virtual RJ Circles & RJ Resources

By Becca Shopiro
May 12, 2020 12:15 pm

Members are welcome to join Heather and Kat, the speakers during our Teacher Training in April, during their virtual circles at 3:00 pm (Central) on the first and third Sunday of each month.

Email for the link to join.

In addition, Heather has provided the list of resources below for additional information about restorative justice practices.

  • Baldwin, C. (1998). Calling the circle: the first and future culture. New York: Bantam Books.
  • Boyes-Watson, C. (2008). Peacemaking circles & urban youth: bringing justice home. St. Paul, MN: Living Justice Press.
  • Boyes-Watson, C., & Pranis, K. (2015). Circle forward: building a restorative school community. St. Paul, MN: Living Justice Press.
  • Carroll, J. (1991). “A Meeting Between Brothers: Indigenous Science: Dr. Pamela Colorado talks to Jane Carroll.” Beshara 13: 20-27.
  • Daniels, A. (2018). White Women Teachers and the Possibilities of Harm Reduction. Seattle, WA: The University of Washington.
  • Davis, F. (2019). The little book of race and restorative justice: black lives, healing, and Us social transformation. New York, NY: Good Books.
  • Fronius, T., Darling-Hammond, S., Persson, H., Guckenburg, S., Hurley, N., & Petrosino, A. (n.d.). Restorative Justice in U.S. Schools: An Updated Research Review. 51.
  • González, T., Sattler, H., & Buth, A. J. (2019). New directions in whole-school restorative justice implementation. Conflict Resolution Quarterly, 36(3), 207–220.
  • Khalifa, M., Gooden, M., & Davis, J. (2016). Culturally Responsive School Leadership: A Synthesis of the Literature. Review of Educational Research. 86 (4), 1272-1311.
  • Life Comes From It | Home. (n.d.). Life Comes From It. Retrieved April 18, 2020, from
  • Pranis, K. (2005). The little book of circle processes: a new/old approach to peacemaking. Intercourse, PA: Good Books.
  • Riestenberg, N. (2012). Circle in the square: building community and repairing harm in school. St. Paul, MN: Living Justice Press.
  • Ross, R. (2016). Returning to the teachings: exploring Aboriginal justice. Vancouver, B.C.: Langara College.
  • Schiff, M., & Hooker, D. A. (2019). Neither boat nor barbeque: In search of new language to unleash the transformative possibility of restorative justice. Contemporary Justice Review, 22(3), 219–241.
  • Shah, S., Stauffer, C., & King, S. (n.d.). Restorative Justice Listening Project Final Report. 9.
  • Wadhwa, A. (2015). Restorative justice in urban schools: disrupting the school-to-prison pipeline. London: Routledge.
  • Zehr, H. (2015). The little book of restorative justice. New York, NY: Good Books.

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