Tuesday Teach-In “The Future of Restorative Justice,” April 13th at 6 pm

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Join Restorative Justice CLT and the Greenspon Center for our next Tuesday Teach-In on the topic of: “The Future of Restorative Justice.”  Tuesday, April 13, from 6:00 to 7:30 pm

Where do we go from here? What’s next in the ongoing struggle to obtain Restorative Justice? Join us a in powerful discussion on Race & Equality.


  • Reverend Garner-Mullins, Director of Christian Education First Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, grew up in the Brookyln Neighborhood of Charlotte and has repeatedly been a victim of urban renewal programs in Charlotte.
  • Susan Harden, Associate Professor in the College of Education at the University of North Carolina – Charlotte, served on 2019-2020 Mecklenburg County Commission.
  • Reverend Dr. Willie Keaton, President & CEO, Restorative Justice CLT and Pastor, Mt. Olive Presbyterian Church
  • Reverend Dr. Sheldon “Skip” Shipman, Greenville Memorial AME Zion Church,
    Charlotte, NC.

Come and learn about Mecklenburg County Commissioner Mark Jerrell’s bold proposal for a Restorative Justice Trust Fund initiative to be included in this year’s County budget and how you can support it. A budget hearing will be held on May 13th.

“I think it is time for us to institute a system of re-dress for the generational injustices endured by African Americans. Many of our major institutions and corporations have -profited from systemic racism and have been complicit in reinforcing the institutional structures that create barriers to opportunity for far too many African Americans.” – County Commissioner Mark Jerrell


Zoom meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82170128989?pwd=bG01TzUveWVEdWQ0MUlmRG82QWJGdz09

Meeting ID: 821 7012 8989, Passcode: 847752

For more information contact Williejkeaton@yahoo.com.

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