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Restorative Justice

Justice Fellowship is a non-profit on-line community of Christians working to reform the criminal justice system to reflect biblically based principles of restorative justice for America's criminal justice system. The Justice Fellowship website contains resources and information on its programs, and how to become involved with the organization.

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Restorative Justice Online's purpose is to be an authoritative, credible, non-partisan source of information on restorative justice. This website provides resources, a research library, and also publishes a monthly e-newsletter.

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Restorative Justice Online Notebook is a website sponsored by the US Department of Justice. This website provides a good background on restorative justice, as well as resources and information on promoting restorative justice to the media.

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Victim Offender Mediation Association (VOMA), an international membership association, supports and assists people and communities working at models of restorative justice. VOMA provides resources, training, and technical assistance in victim-offender mediation, conferencing, circles, and related restorative justice practices.

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Every Saint Has a Past, Every Sinner Has a Future By Rev. Bernard “Skip” Keels, M. Div. Mother's Day - May 13, 2001. Distributed by the Coalition for Jubilee Clemency (CJC), this Mother's Day sermon discusses the forgiveness and restoration of mothers serving long sentences behind bars for low-level, nonviolent offenses. Rev. Keels is Senior Pastor at the United Methodist Church in Newark, DE, and a member of the steering committee for the CJC.