Restorative Justice Event in Watertown

Progressive Watertown, alongside Watertown Citizens for Black Lives, Watertown Community Foundation, and World in Watertown will host a discussion on restorative justice moderated by Senator Brownsberger on Sunday, March 31. This event is free and open to the public, and all are encouraged to attend.

Restorative Justice: It’s the Law
What is Restorative Justice, How Does it Work & How is it Used?
A public forum and panel discussion moderated by Senator William N. Brownsberger

Featured speakers include:
Marian Ryan, Middlesex County District Attorney
Peter Koutoujian, Middlesex County Sheriff
Margot Fleischman, Board President, Communities for Restorative Justice
Ruth Henry, Watertown Public School Educator
Lori Kenschaft, Clerk of First Parish Arlington, Educator and Activist

WHEN: Sunday, March 31 from 2 – 4 PM
WHERE: Watertown Free Public Library Savings Bank Room, 123 Main Street

6 replies on “Restorative Justice Event in Watertown”

  1. I would love to be there and am interested to learn how it goes One of my goals for this year is to arrange a similar panel at the retirment community where we live, in New Hampshire. Will there be minutes, or a videotape that I can see?
    John Merrifield

  2. I would love to attend, but will not be able to. I do hope that the meeting will be filmed and accessible for those of us who want to hear the discussion.
    Jan Knight

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