From New Zealand to South Africa to Baltimore, these techniques offer individuals and communities an opportunity to collectively resolve crime and conflict themselves. Join us as participants share their experiences with these alternatives to traditional methods of conflict resolution.
3:30 p.m. Reception
Krongard Board Room
4 p.m. Panel Discussion
Ceremonial Moot Courtroom
Lauren Abramson, Ph.D.
Executive Director, Community Conferencing Center, Baltimore, MD
Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins Division of Child Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
Lewis A. Brandon, III
Archivist & Grassroots History Project Coordinator The Beloved Community Center of Greensboro, Inc., Greensboro, NC
Executive Director, The Fellowship for Reconciliation, Nyack, NY
Member, Greensboro Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Participant, Serious Crimes Conference
International Center for Transitional Justice, Washington, D.C.
Member, Truth and Community Reconciliation Committee, Greensboro, NC
Sherrilyn A. Ifill, J.D.
Associate Professor of Law
University of Maryland School of Law, Baltimore, MD