CRI's Shaking the Foundations Webinar Series- "Justice: Implicit but Absent"

Tuesday, April 27 2021 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM [EDT]

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Tuesday, April 27 2021 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM [EDT]

Restorative Justice has gained momentum as a viable set of values and principles for a world of more just and right relations. With increasingly diverse applications, some are questioning the capacity of Restorative Justice to address systemic and structural harm, including racialized harm. David Anderson Hooker will lead us in conversation to wrestle with these questions of the contribution of Restorative Justice to addressing systemic and structural harms.

Circle of Restorative Initiatives for Maryland

http://www.crimaryland.org

CRI of Maryland is a non-for-profit statewide network which promotes restorative principles, practices, and initiatives throughout Maryland.

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David Anderson Hooker
Associate Professor
University of Notre Dame, Kroc Institute

David Anderson Hooker is Associate Professor of Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding at the University of Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies/Keough School of Global Affairs. Dr. Hooker was a Senior Fellow for Community Engagement Strategies at the Fanning Institute for Leadership and Development, University of Georgia, and VP of Community Building, Annie E. Casey Foundation, Atlanta Civic Site. Since 2001, his research and practice have focused on cultural and multigenerational transmission of trauma. His practice includes experiences in Bosnia, Croatia, Kenya, Nigeria, South Sudan, Somalia, Myanmar, Bahamas, Jamaica and throughout the United States. Dr. Hooker is the author of The Little Book of Transformative Community Conferencing (SkyHorse 2016) and co-author (with Amy Potter-Czaijkowski) of Transforming Historical Harms (Eastern Mennonite University 2012). A graduate of Morehouse College (BA), Washington University, St. Louis (MA), University of Massachusetts, Amherst (MPA), Emory University (JD/M. Div.), and Tilburg University, Netherlands (PhD), Dr. Hooker is ordained clergy with the United Church of Christ, and former staff of JustPeace, United Methodist Church’s Center for Mediation and Conflict Resolution.

About David Anderson Hooker

Associate Professor
University of Notre Dame, Kroc Institute