Drawing a Dialogue is a podcast discussing comics in historical + educational contexts by Cathy G. Johnson + e remus jackson.
Episode 23: Cathy + e talk about Restorative / Transformative Justice practices + how they interact with comics, schools + communities. e defines RJ/TJ, why it’s important, + discusses ways to remove policing from our communities. Cathy talks about educational uses of RJ/TJ + how schools are microcosms of our larger world.
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John Braithwaite, “Restorative Justice” - Link
Candace Smith, Sociology Lens, 2013 - Link
Incite! - Link
Incite! Community Accountability Working Document - Link
Generation 5, Toward Transformative Justice, 2007 - Link
Critical Resistance, “Abolish Policing” - Link
Adrienne Maree Brown, “What is/isn’t transformative justice?” 2015 - Link
“Seeding authority,” Noelle Kahanu - Link
“Non reformist reform,” Ruth Williams Gilmore - Link
Fight Toxic Prisons - Link
Bettina L. Love, We Want To Do More Than Survive - Beacon Press
Are Zero Tolerance Policies Effective in the Schools? An Evidentiary Review and Recommendations, (2008) American Psychological Association (APA) Zero Tolerance Task Force, December 2008
Restorative Practices: Fostering Healthy Relationships & Promoting Positive Discipline in Schools, A Guide for Educators - Schott Foundation
San Francisco Unified School District, Restorative practices resources - Link
Previous episodes of Drawing a Dialogue mentioned:
Letters to the Editor
Miscellaneous articles on Japanese manga + piracy:
ReaderCon - Link
What are you reading?
The Lonely Hearts Hotel by Heather O’Neill
Heather O’Neill essay on LitHub - Link
Theme song by Downtown Boys