Michael Bischoff MA ’02 on a different way to think about people who receive disability benefits

Michael Bischoff MA '02, who qualifies for disability benefits because of an aggressive brain cancer, suggests that we think anew about "people who receive disability benefits as released friends, people who are released from the normal world of paid work, with the expectation that they will then contribute creatively, socially, spiritually, and culturally to society in powerful ways." ... read more about Michael Bischoff MA ’02 on a different way to think about people who receive disability benefits from Minneapolis Post

Zehr Institute webinar and online course focus on police-community partnerships and restorative justice practices

This course has been postponed until fall 2017. Please contact the Zehr Institute program director at patience.kamau@emu.edu for more information. The Zehr Institute for Restorative Justice announces a special webinar
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