This dynamic panel discussion will explore the multitude of ways to pursue a passion for social and restorative justice professionally. Panelists from education and non-profit sectors will share their path to restorative and other forms of justice work. The discussion will include an exploration of the impact these practices are currently having and will have in the future, including action toward dismantling systemic oppression. Gain insight and recommendations for steps toward furthering restorative justice practices on campus and in our community.
Dr. Nikki Chamblee, Restorative Practices Coordinator, Desoto Independent School District
JC Nieblas, RJP School Specialist, National Conflict Resolution Center
Reuben Roberts, RJ Schools Coordinator, Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth
Jessie Tena, Restorative Practitioner/Trainer, National Conflict Resolution Center
Julie Vue, Director of Youth and Education Program, OC Human Relations
Julia Wade, Associate Director for Restorative Practices, Office of Student Conduct & Community Responsibility, Loyola Marymount University (Moderator)