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Self determination, Restorative justice, Community wellness, Decolonization
Native American Studies | Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies
Wabanaki REACH Executive Director Maria Girouard explains the move by the organization to change the acronym from Reconciliation, established during the work with the Maine Wabanaki-State Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) 2012-2015, to Restoration to more accurately reflect the organization's ongoing work in "restorative practices, restorative talking circles, restorative justice, and decolonization."
Headlines in this issue the following:
- From Reconciliation to Restoration
- Within the Healing Circle
- Maine's Bicentennial and Mainers Reach for the Truth
- REACH at Maine Schools and Youth Groups
- The Truth Commission and Beyond
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Wabanaki REACH; Girouard, Maria; Kates, Barbara; and Burns, Penthea, "Maine-Wabanaki REACH Newsletter, Summer 2019" (2019). Wabanaki REACH Newsletters. 14.