Contributors to Colorizing Restorative Justice: Voicing Our Realities
Michelle Armster is co-author of “Burn the Bridge,” with Erica Littlewolf, Christianne Paras, and Lorraine Stutzman Amstutz.
Rochelle Arms Almengor is author of “Women Colorizing Restorative Justice in White-Led Institutions.”
Leon Dundas is author of “Colorizing Justice Practice: Afro-Caribbean Experience of Restorative Justice in Three World Areas.”
Sharon Goens-Bradley is author of “Breaking Racism’s Insidious Grip on Restorative Practices: A Call for White Action.”
Janice Jerome is the author of “‘There Is No Place Like Home!’: The Secret That Restored Me” (with Jessica A. Hicks).
Erica Littlewolf is a co-author of “Burn the Bridge,” with Michelle Armster, Christianne Paras, and Lorraine Stutzman Amstutz.
Dr. Abdul-Malik Muhammad is author of “The Cipher, Circle, and Restorative Practices with Black and Brown Boys.”
Christina Parker is author of “Who’s In and Who’s Out: Problematizing Peacemaking Circles in Diverse Classrooms.”
Christianne Paras is a co-author of “Burn the Bridge,” with Erica Littlewolf, Michelle Armster, and Lorraine Stutzman Amstutz.
Gilbert Salazar is the author of “Passing the Cup of Vulnerability: Offering Vulnerability As a Challenge to White Fragility through the Elements of Circle.”
Victor Jose Santana is author of “Restorative Justice Through a Trauma-Informed, Racial-Equity Lens.”
Anita Wadhwa is author of “‘What Do You Want, Reparations?’: Racial Microagressions and Restorative Justice.”
Edward C Valandra is the editor of Colorizing Restorative Justice and the author of “Undoing the First Harm: Settlers in Restorative Justice.”
Authors of Other LJP Titles
Jennifer Ball is co-author of Doing Democracy with Circles: Engaging Communities in Public Planning.
Carolyn Boyes-Watson is author of Peacemaking Circles and Urban Youth, and co-author of Circle Forward and Heart of Hope.
Gregory A. Cajete, Ph.D., is the author of Indigenous Community: Rekindling the Teachings of the Seventh Fire
Wayne Caldwell is co-author of Doing Democracy with Circles: Engaging Communities in Public Planning
Members of the Oak Lake Writers’ Society contributed the works contained in He Sapa Woihanble (Black Hills Dream)
Kay Pranis is co-author of Peacemaking Circles: From Conflict to Community; Circle Forward; Doing Democracy with Circles; and Heart of Hope; author of The Little Book of Circle Processes – among many other writings and lectures
Nancy Riestenberg is the author of Circle in the Square: Building Community and Repairing Harm in School.
Patricia Thalhuber, B.V.M., is co-author of Building a Home for the Heart: Using Metaphors in Value-Centered Circles.
Susan Thompson is co-author of Building a Home for the Heart: Using Metaphors in Value-Centered Circles.
Edward C Valandra, PhD, is chief editor of, and a contributor to, Colorizing Restorative Justice: Voicing Our Realities.
Wazyatawin, PhD, is the author of What Does Justice Look Like? The Struggle for Liberation in Dakota Homeland; editor and contributor to In the Footsteps of Our Ancestors.