Community of Practice conversations are designed to equip local stakeholders with tools to address disparities exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic and build strategic alliances helpful in creating sustainable solutions for ending homelessness.
On JUNE 3, please join us for part 2 of our conversation on justice with Seema Iyer, PhD from University of Baltimore, Tara Huffman, JD from Open Society Institute, Rev. S. Todd Yeary, JD, PhD from Douglas Memorial Community Church and Rainbow Push Coalition, and Caryn York from Job Opportunities Task Force. Participants will include a cross-section of faith and community-based, education, business, health care, government, law enforcement and philanthropic leaders. The panel will be moderated by Kevin Lindamood, President and CEO of Health Care for the Homeless.
o This session will respond to salient themes, content, and questions from Part 1 of Reimagining Restorative Justice through the Lens of Eliminating Structural Racism
o Explore what the application of restorative justice principles and practices through the lens of eliminating structural racism would entail, including potential changes in structures, policies, politics, practices, & ideas
o Operationalize the aforementioned nuanced approach to restorative justice in the context of the first four Community of Practice (CoP) themes discussed over the past year: health, housing, police-community relations, and food insecurity and access
- This Community of Practice conversation is scheduled for 1 hour 30 minutes.
- Q&As will be sprinkled throughout the conversation, not held until the end.