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Chapter 2: Reflections from a Descendant of the Minnesota Restitution Center (MRC)

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Reflections from a Descendant of the Minnesota Restitution Center (MRC)
Reflections from a descendant of the minnesota restitution center (MRC)
KayPranis, former Restorative Justice Planner, Minnesota Department of Corrections (1994–2003)

A consultant for the National Institute of Corrections and the National Institute of Justice, Kay Pranis has received many awards for her work in restorative justice and peacemaking, the latest being the 2001 American Probation and Parole Association's Sam Houston State University Award. Pranis is the author of numerous articles and book chapters. Her most recent book, The Little Book of Circle Processes, describes the working of peacemaking circles in a broad range of contexts.

I went to work for the Minnesota Department of Corrections in early 1994 in a brand- new position that we titled restorative justice ...

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