|New Mainers Speak||
John is a minister who was born and raised in Eastern DRC and was later called to work with victims and their offenders in post-genocide Rwanda. In an effort to bring more peace to the region, John employed an alternative theory of justice called Restorative Justice. It is built on the indigenous practice which involves victims and offenders coming face to face in order to have recognition of guilt, reparation of harm, and restoration of trust in and among the members of the community.
Sunday, July 12, 2020. USM's commencement speaker Leyla Hashi shares her warm enthusiasm on that experience and other subjects.