Please join us for our monthly Re:store Survivors call on Thursday, October 18th at 8 PM. On this month’s call, we will hear from survivors who attended a Transformative Justice Symposium at the California Institution for Women in Corona, CA. The Symposium was a two day gathering. The first day focused on women inside and survivors sharing their stories. On the second day, survivors, incarcerated people and community members came together to address the unmet needs of survivors with unsolved cases and the impact of criminal justice reform on incarcerated women and survivor family members.
The Re:store Survivors Group (https://facebook.com/groups/restoresurvivors) works to bring together surviving friends and family members of people who were killed for support, learning, and community-building. Each month, members will be invited to join a support call to learn about opportunities/resources for healing, discuss unmet needs, and collaboratively work on transforming trauma and creating healing for us, our families, and communities.
Questions? Please email Rebecca Weiker, Restore Justice Program Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kate Chatfield is the Policy Director of Re:store Justice and an adjunct professor at the University of San Francisco School of Law Criminal and Juvenile Justice Clinic. Prior to becoming policy director at Re:store Justice, Kate directed the Criminal and Juvenile Justice and the Racial Justice Law Clinics at the University of San Francisco School of Law, training students to represent indigent clients in the trial court. Kate worked as a criminal defense attorney for ten years, working both in private practice and at the Office of the State Public Defender.