CJP alum co-authors ‘Cousins: Connected Through Slavery, a Black Woman and a White Woman Discover Their Past — and Each Other’

Cousins: Connected Through Slavery, a Black Woman and a White Woman Discover Their Past — and Each Other is co-authored by Betty Kilby Baldwin and Phoebe Kilby GC '04. Revealing their families’ connections through slavery, their stories intertwine historical trauma and current race relations with courageous acts of grace. ... read more about CJP alum co-authors ‘Cousins: Connected Through Slavery, a Black Woman and a White Woman Discover Their Past — and Each Other’ from Anabaptist World

Restorative justice, Howard Zehr and sujatha baliga featured in Harvard Magazine

Read Harvard Magazine's coverage of restorative justice, with reference to Howard Zehr and an interview with sujatha baliga, one of the speakers at EMU's recent anniversary celebration of the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding. Former Zehr Institute for Restorative Justice director Carl Stauffer was a keynote speaker at Harvard's 2019 RJ symposium. ... read more about Restorative justice, Howard Zehr and sujatha baliga featured in Harvard Magazine from Harvard Magazine

‘We are a Storytelling Species’: Host Patience Kaumau featured in ‘Peacebuilder’ podcast final episode

On this week’s episode of “Peacebuilder” podcast, host Patience Kamau MA ’17 is interviewed by Lindsay Martin, associate director of development for the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding.  The podcast
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