What would a society look like if we responded to harm by asking not "Who did the crime and who should be punished?" but "Who was harmed and what does healing look like?" Danielle Sered founded and leads Common Justice, a program in New York that centers those harmed, racial equity, and a commitment to not relying on incarceration. Her efforts have helped divert scores from incarceration and brought a measure of healing to those who were harmed and those who brought harm. She is also the author of the stunning book Until We Reckon: Violence, Mass Incarceration, and a Road to Repair. Come hear a conversation that shows the possibility of a world where we do not center punishment, police, and prisons.
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