Monthly Archives December 2011

JUDGE PEGGY FULTON HORA

JUDGE PEGGY FULTON HORA is a former dean of the B.E. Witkin Judicial College of California, has been on the faculty of the National Judicial College since 1992. She is the recipient of the Bernard S. Jefferson Judicial Education Award from the California Judges’ Association and a Senior Judicial Fellow for the National Drug Court Institute. She has been instrumental in building the problem-solving courts movement and presided over the Drug Treatment Court within her criminal assignment in California. Her work in this area has contributed to the creation of a new genre of justice – therapeutic jurisprudence – opportunities
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Restorative Justice & Social Healing in the US and Beyond

Mali Rowan Presents Restorative Justice & Social Healing in the US and Beyond Dialogue Series with very special guest James O’Dea Dear Friends, I began working with James O’Dea in 2004 when he was President at the Institute of Noetic Sciences and with a core and common vision aimed at courageous Peacebuilding and deep interests in human rights, social healing and reform of prison systems in the US, I’ve enjoyed a continued collaboration with him. I find James to be, at essence, one of the best-kept secrets in Peacemaking and Peacebuilding in our world. His presence elicits a deep dive
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Social Healing and Slavery’s Legacy

Social Healing and Slavery’s Legacy, and Tree Plantings along the Slavery Route. An evening of dialogue and insight as part of the Restorative Justice & Social Healing Dialogue Series hosted by Mali Rowan Presents. The First Tree planting: Tennessee Slavery’s Legacy & Growing a Global Heart with Belvie Rooks and Dedan Gills, Co-Founders of Growing A Global Heart and your host, Molly Rowan Leach “From Slavery to Stardust”: What does Healing Look Like?
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The Instrument of Forgiveness in Social Healing” with Azim Khamisa

Azim Khamisa: an astonishing story, and an incredible life of service. Azim is featured on the PBS Documentary, “The Power of Forgiveness”, and hailed by The Dalai Lama, Thich Nhat Hanh and thousands of children, teachers/leaders worldwide as one of our time’s foremost ambassadors of Forgiveness…he co-founded the Tariq Khamisa Foundation to cease violence with the father of his son’s killer. You will not want to miss this intimate circle! Azim’s son, Tariq, was murdered by Tony Hicks on January 21, 1995 in an act of gang-related senseless violence. Instead of hatred and revenge, Azim chose to forgive. And not
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