Panel Discussion: Education and Transformative Justice, Cambridge, MA

EDUCATION AND TRANSFORMATIVE JUSTICE: A PANEL DISCUSSION

A Community Conversation about Connections, Questions and Action

How do we understand justice? What are the connections between under-resourced schools, trauma, and mass incarceration? From cradle to prison cell, what is our praxis—how do we do education and work for justice that transforms—individuals, relationships and communities?

When: Wednesday, November 9, from 5:30 -7 pm

Where: Askwith Hall, first floor of Longfellow Hall at 13 Appian Way, Cambridge, MA 02138 

This event launches the HGSE series on Transformative Justice. This series explores the tools educators need to nurture learning communities that affirm human dignity. Throughout the 2016-2017 academic year, we will offer various workshops about justice that transforms—individuals, relationships and communities. Topics include restorative justice practices, the developing brain, trauma and racial healing,protecting children from sexual exploitation, and the role of empathy and mindfulness in education.