Kay Pranis ...
In 1997, Kay Pranis, a Restorative Justice Planner with the Minnesota Department of Corrections, wrote an article for Democratic Socialists of America's Democratic Left, issue #7 and 8, on "Restorative Justice".
"Restorative Justice and Family Violence"
George Soros’ Open Society Institute's website shows that it gave $250,000 to Florida Atlantic University professor Gordon Bazemore, for a “Planning Grant to Design a Civic Justice Corps Reentry Project.” Bazemore then co-wrote an article with Twila Hugley Earle (Balance in the response to family Violence: Challenging Restorative Principles") in the book, Restorative Justice and Family Violence (edited by Heather Strang and John Braithwaite). Other contributors were Kay Pranis, Julie Stubbs, Kathleen Daly, Allison Morris, Joan Pennell, Gale Burford, Donna Coker, Larissa Behrendt, Harry Blagg, Loretta Kelly, and Ruth Busch.
- ↑ Dem. Left, issue #7 and 8, 1997, page 19
- ↑ Restorative Justice and Family Violence, edited by Heather Strang and John Braithwaite