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Faculty contribute to two groundbreaking books

Submitted by mzuercher on Mon, 01/18/2021 - 22:36
Cover of Colorizing Restorative Justice

Three Bethel College faculty had roles in two books published in 2020 that are the first of their kind.

Sheryl Wilson, executive director of the Kansas Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution (KIPCOR) and a faculty member in Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies, is the author of a chapter in Colorizing Restorative Justice: Voicing Our Realities (Living Justice Press).

The book is a collection of 18 essays by Wilson and 19 other Restorative Justice (RJ) practitioners of color), edited by Edward C. Valandra (Lakota name Wanbli Wapháha Hoksíla).

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