When we talk about justice, or restorative justice, we almost always in some form or another refer to those that came before–whether peoples, tribes, traditions, cultures. We also have an inherent sense of justice that could be termed “original”. In this hour live dialogue we’ll share with Glenn about these concepts and more, and hear from him about his deep dig into the roots and origins of justice, dialogue and unified thinking and how they support the foundation of restorative practices–or any particular movement towards peace, healing and understanding ourselves and the precious world we all share. -Molly Rowan Leach
Glenn Aparicio Parry, PhD, is a writer, psychologist, educator, and entrepreneur, is the founder and past president of the SEED Institute based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Parry earned his doctoral degree in Humanities with a concentration in Transformative Learning from the California Institute of Integral Studies as part of his life-long passion to reform education into a coherent, cohesive whole.
He organized and participated in the groundbreaking Language of Spirit Conferences from 1999-2011, which have brought together Native and Western scientists in dialogue, moderated by Leroy Little Bear.
Parry is the author of the forthcoming book
Original Thinking: A Radical ReVisioning of Thought, Time, Humanity, and Nature.