Restorative Justice: What it is and How it Can Work: Potluck and Conversation


On Sunday, February 9, 2020, from 5:30-7:30 pm, the Interfaith Potluck Conversation Series, "At My Neighbor’s Table" continues. Special Guests from Curry College faculty are: Jennifer Balboni, Professor, Criminal Justice and Sociology and Rachel King, Title IX Coordinator, Institutional Planning. Sponsored by: Bahá’i Community of Needham, Christ Episcopal Church of Needham, Cooperative Metropolitan Ministries, First Parish in Needham Unitarian Universalist, Needham Diversity Initiative, Needham Human Rights Committee, Presbyterian Church of Needham, and Temple Beth Shalom The Event is free and open to the public; *TBS Doors open at 5pm* Bring a vegetarian dish to share amongst the table. Drinks and desserts provided. For questions, please contact: Marlene Schultz: marlene_schultz@verizon.net

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Temple Beth Shalom

670 Highland Ave, Needham, MA 02494
781-444-0077

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