I’m working on my class syllabus for the spring term on Restorative Justice. It strikes me that restorative justice is, at its core, a covenantal relationship built on hope. I… read more →
A poem I found today in Bryan Stevenson’s excellent new book on mass incarceration called “Just Mercy”: Imagine teardrops left uncried From pain trapped inside Waiting to escape Through the… read more →
Our Stories, Ourselves: The importance of our narratives, past, present and future for drawing meaning and creating hope in our lives.
Reading: “Solar Eclipse Each morning I wake invisible. I make a needle from a porcupine quill, sew feet to legs, lift spine onto my thighs. I put on my rib… read more →