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Kentucky Center for Restorative Justice Summer Intern Program

on 07/21/2015 5:34 PM
Kentucky Center for Restorative Justice Summer Intern Program – Wed., July 22, 2015, Lexington, KY Pictured with a few staff members are some amazing young professionals from Berea College and Eastern Kentucky University. They are members of the KCRJ Summer Intern Program who have worked very hard this summer to advance our mission and goals. Front Row L - R: Jacob Hetzer, Sav...
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Diana Queen, Key Note Speaker at Martin Luther King Breakfast

on 01/17/2015 3:36 AM
Diana Queen, President of KCRJ, will be the keynote speaker on Saturday, January 17, 2015, at the Martin Luther King Breakfast sponsored by Our Savior Parish and Diocese of Covington. Co-sponsors are Covington Human Rights Commission, Mother of God Church and the Northern Kentucky NAACP. You are invited to join us in the in-depth presentation and discussion on Restorative Justice to be held 9:30 a...
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New Website Launch

on 01/01/2015 3:36 AM
KCRJ will launch new website next month. Please visit again.
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Diana Queen presents to Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Conference

on 12/11/2014 8:38 AM
Kentucky Center for Restorative Justice President, Diana Queen presents to the Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Conference about Restorative Justice.
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Model Restoration Justice Center

on 11/20/2014 3:39 AM
The Model Restorative Justice Center pilot project group determines the pilot project area will be in the Winburn Community and invitation letter is compiled to invite a group of Winburn community leaders for a January lunch and learn meeting.
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KCRJ submits another Knights Cities Challenge

on 11/20/2014 3:00 AM
The Kentucky Center for Restorative Justice submits another Knights Cities challenge grant to build a model Restorative Justice Center in Lexington, KY, the first of its kind in the country.
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KCRJ Collaborates with City of Lexington

on 11/12/2014 8:41 AM
The Kentucky Center for Restorative Justice continues collaboration with the City of Lexington and submits a Knight Cities challenge grant to build an international Community Center.
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