Restorative Justice Practices Conference
The Institute for Restorative Justice Practices Conference allows caregivers, students, educators, service providers, community leaders, policymakers and restorative practices experts to explore, engage and collaborate to shape a strength-based narrative of the diverse experiences and needs of young people from different backgrounds.
- enlighten participants about restorative policies and practices
- exchange and establish best practices in schools, home and community settings
- empower participants to ensure equity and excellence in learning and behavior experiences, opportunities and outcomes for diverse groups of youth
- reexamine how to navigate restorative practices in the current climate
2021 Theme: Seeing & Serving Our Children Through Our Lens
- Friday, April 9, 2021
- 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
- Attendees can earn continuing education credits (CEUs).
- Questions? Contact email@example.com.
- K-20: Designed to address issues related to the learning and behavioral needs of diverse students in various school settings – public and private – from kindergarten through college.
- Family Engagement: Designed to exchange ideas and empower parents, caregivers and students to proactively address issues affecting youth and advocate for fair and best policies and practices in diverse schools and communities.
- Community Engagement: Designed to exchange innovative ideas, strategies, and resources used to support and advocate on behalf of youth by a variety of community leaders, organizations, service providers and policymakers.
- Restorative Justice: Designed to enlighten, engage and equip participants and policymakers to be ambassadors for restorative justice in their respective communities.
International Restorative Justice Facilitator
Former Deputy Director of Social Justice & Racial Equity for the Office of the Mayor of Birmingham
Alex Lambert ('12)
Restorative Justice Facilitator & Trainer, DC Office of the Attorney General
Former Restorative Justice Coordinator, DC Public Schools
Honorable Aisha Braveboy
Prince George’s State's Attorney
Dr. Felicia Hayward
Principal, Maya Angelou Public Charter School
Donna Haynes ('94)
Parent Advocate, DMV Mothers Like Me
Dr. Byron McClure
School psychologist, Anacostia High School and Founder of The Big Five App
Drumming, Teacher/Cultural Artist
Poet/Playwright, Verbal Gymnastics Theater Company