Screening of Burning Bridges, a Documentary Film on Restorative Justice, March 10 in Durham, NC

27 Feb

R e s to r a t i v e     J u s t i c e

Free Community Education and Networking Event

 

BURNING BRIDGES

(35 minutes)

          A documentary film that shows how restorative justice and the traditional court process

can work together to create a meaningful outcome  in response to an injustice.

 Six high school seniors burnt down an historic covered bridge in a small town.

Burning Bridges documents the Restorative Justice Conference in response to that crime.

Audience members will see many aspects of the entire Restorative Justice process.

 

Q and A and Networking to follow the film.

3:00pm Saturday, March 10 2012

FREE

Durham Main Public Library, Roxboro Street

Go to:  Durham Restorative Justice Project Facebook for more information

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One Response to “Screening of Burning Bridges, a Documentary Film on Restorative Justice, March 10 in Durham, NC”

  1. kid4meus (@kid4meus) February 27, 2012 at 6:48 pm #

    …i wish i could be there…God bless You…No Fear…

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