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Tuesday, March 28th, 2023 | 9 am - 12 pm
Learn how culturally relevant restorative practices in schools and in the community transform connection into sustainable social capital that strengthens our capacity to respond to harm equitably.
-Explore Akoben's Four Pillars of Restorative Practice: Connection Before Content, Two Paradigms The Akoben Social Discipline Window & The Formula for Change
- Engage with culturally relevant restorative practices that promote equity, agency & assets, and are trauma-informed.
- Discuss the transformational impact of restorative practices in schools and community
Dr. Abdul-Malik Muhammad has served youth and adults for nearly three decades as an educator, transformational leader, entrepreneur, and author. He is Akoben's Founder and Chief Visionary and the author of "The Restorative Journey: The Theory and Application of Restorative Justice", and the forthcoming, "We Can Save Our Boys of Color."
Tuesday, March 28th (9 am - 12 pm)
Jefferson Parish Coroner's Office (Auditorium)
2018 8th St.
Harvey, LA 70058
Register by Thursday, March 23rd, 2023