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RESTORATIVE JUSTICE THOUGHT LEADERS AND PRACTITIONERS TO STAGE SOLUTIONS-BASED DIALOGUE ON MASS INCARCERATION AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM SUNDAY, 22 NOVEMBER 2015 AT UNITARIAN SOCIETY OF GERMANTOWN

CONTACT:
Mrs. Marietta Tanner
Chair, Ending Racism Committee
Unitarian Society of Germantown
Teach-In 2 Registration Website Link: www.usguu.org/teachin-registration
E-Mail: teachIn@usguu.org


PHILADELPHIA, PA (USA) – 21 November 2015 – Nationally acclaimed Restorative Justice Thought Leaders and Practitioners will converge on the Unitarian Society of Germantown at 6511 Lincoln Drive in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Sunday, 22 November 2015 from 12:30 P.M. through 5:00 P.M. to engage in a solutions-based dialogue on Mass Incarceration and Criminal Justice Reform entitled “Teach-In 2: From Punitive To Restorative Justice – The Job’s The Thing”. Teach-In 2 is sponsored by The Coalition Against Mass Incarceration (“CAMI”) and the Unitarian Society of Germantown’s Ending Racism Committee (www.usguu.org). “Teach-In 2” will seek solutions to impediments which, among other things, makes it extremely difficult, and in some cases, prevents formerly incarcerated individ…