2004 Vol. 70 No. 5-6 May/June

The May/June 2004 issue is focused on Restorative Justice: Working to Put Things Right

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Features

  • Restorative Justice Aims to Put Things Right
    by Howard Zehr
  • Circles of Support and Accountability: A Prophetic Ministry for Communities of Faith
    by Bruce A. Kittle
  • We Welcomed Him Into the Circle”
    by Pat Clark
  • Promoting Peaceful Alternatives to the War on Drugs
    by Charles Thomas
  • Not in Our Name
    A photo essay with testimonies from members of Murder Victims’ Families for Reconciliation
  • Making a Different Way of Life
    by Kathy Boudin
  • Steps to Family Forgiveness
    by Chesa Boudin
  • Fellowship Retrospective: Friends Outside the Gates
  • What Restorative Justice Is Not
    by Philip Brasfield
  • From Victim to Survivor to Victor: A Testimony from South Africa
    by Michael Lapsley

Departments

  • Editorial: Restorative Justice
    by Richard Deats
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Columns:
    • Nonviolence in the Arena: True and False Reconciliation
      by Walter Wink
    • Peace Fellowship Focus
      by Glen Gersmehl
  • Book Reviews: Beyond Retribution; Crowned with Glory & Honor; Peacemaking Circles; Death Defying
  • News of the Fellowship: Mr. Begg Goes to Washington
    An appeal from Corin Redgrave on behalf of the Guantanamo Human Rights Commission

On the front cover: “The Community,” a stainless steel and brass wall relief on the brick facade of the sheriff’s department building in New City, New York, by sculptor Jim Collins of Signal Mountain, Tennessee.