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Restorative Justice Practices from a Grassroots Perspective Lunch & Learn

Aug 21, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm


Lunch and Learn: Restorative Justice Practices from a Grassroots Perspective

 August 21, 2019 

12 pm – 1:30 pm


The Racial Equity Team, Equity in Education Coalition and The Coalition of Immigrants, Refugees, and Communities of Color have organized monthly Lunch and Learns on topics that disproportionately impact children and families of color. This month we will be discussing Restorative Justice Practices from a Grassroots perspective following last months conversation on Restorative Justice Practices from the States view with Legislators and Community Activist.

This is an opportunity for community members from different fields and communities to come together to talk about a topic that affects so many of us. We hope you can join us and input/grow your knowledge on this controversial topic.

Our Panelist:

Malou Chave’z, Deputy Director NWIRP

Devitta Briscoe, Public Defender Association

Dominique Davis, founder of Community Passageways

Kris Larsen, Consultant

When: August 21st, 2019 12-1:30pm

Where: Bethaday Community Learning Space, 605 SW 108th St Seattle, WA 98146

Bring a friend, coworker, family member or even a stranger! This event is open to all, and we encourage you to attend!

Please RSVP here: https://eec-wa.org/event/restorative-justice-practices-from-a-grassroots-perspective/


The Equity in Education Coalition (EEC) is a statewide civil rights organization focused on revolutionizing education so that a child’s race and/or zip code aren’t the predicating factors in defining their success.


Aug 21, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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Equity in Education Coalition
The Racial Equity Team
The Coalition of Immigrants Refugees & Communities of Color


Bethaday Community Learning Space
605 SW 108th St
Seattle, WA 98146 United States
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