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reClaimed: Dialogues on Justice and Kinship

Charles Rotramel, Matt Russell, and Gregg Taylor carry on a wide ranging discussion each week on restorative justice, current events, and faith.
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Now displaying: September, 2016

Charles Rotramel, Matt Russell, and Gregg Taylor lead a discussion on restorative justice, current events, and faith. New episodes post each Friday.

Sep 30, 2016
Charles, Matt, and Gregg are joined again by Robert Werth to look the role parole plays in the criminal justice system, how parole affects those who are under supervision, and how to help folks on parole. Dr. Robert Werth is a Lecturer in Sociology at Rice University. He has conducted research with individuals on parole in California. He is collaborating with Dr. Ruth Armstrong at the University of Cambridge in the UK. More information about Robert is available here:  https://sociology.rice.edu/Content.aspx?id=2147483726  "The First Civil Right: How Liberals Built America," by Naomi Murakawa is a book mentioned in this podcast.    
Sep 23, 2016
Charles, Matt, and Gregg are joined by Robert Werth to look at how parole affects those who are under supervision, it's goals and history, and the role that it plays in rehabilitation. Dr. Robert Werth is a Lecturer in Sociology at Rice University. He has conducted research with individuals on parole in California. He is collaborating with Dr. Ruth Armstrong at the University of Cambridge in the UK. More information about Robert is available here:  https://sociology.rice.edu/Content.aspx?id=2147483726 Nixonland: The Rise of a President and the Fracturing of America by Rick Perlstein was discussed in this episode.
Sep 16, 2016
Charles and Gregg are joined by Katya Dow to learn about how sealing juvenile records can give young people a second chance at life. Katya Glockner-Dow is an attorney serving as Legal Program Director of the Juvenile Capital Advocacy Project (JCAP) at the University of Houston Law Center.  JCAP's website is here: http://www.jcaptexas.org/home.html
Sep 9, 2016
Charles, Matt, and Gregg seek to define kinship, where it happens, and why it matters to our communities. 
Sep 2, 2016
Charles, Matt, and Gregg look at 12-step programs--what they do, what they offer to those who participate, and how they have impacted the recovery community.
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