Every single person impacted by crime deserves a seat at the circle. They are the most qualified in terms of true experience to lead conversations around reform. They know what our communities need and we need to support.
“86 percent of victims believe that programs providing rehabilitation and drug and mental health treatment for people already in the justice system should receive more funding.”
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Read the Washington Examiner article here.
Photo credit: David Gilbert Delsied, Jr., 9, holds a photo of his late step-brother, Juan Carranza III, at a victims’ rights rally on Monday in Sacramento, Calif. Carranza III, 20, was stabbed to death in 2015 in Manteca.
(AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)
Re:store Justice works in partnership with incarcerated people, survivors of crime, district attorneys & the community to reform the criminal justice system.