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WEBINAR – A Personal Journey to Find Meaningful Justice for Sexual Harm


Marlee Liss ( )
Restorative Justice Advocate


Marlee identified as the receiver of harm from sexual violence. She chose restorative justice after finding the criminal legal system wanting. The criminal legal system asks what law has been broken, who broke it and what is the punishment. RJ asks what harm was done, who was harmed and how do we repair it. Let’s find out how Marlee thinks about healing, forgiveness, trauma, shame, stigma, and wellness.


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