An online publication written by and for millennials exploring the intersection of faith and politics.
An Initiative of the center for public justice
Students all over the country face disciplinary procedures that deliver harsh predetermined punishments, rather than focusing on restorative practices.
As we support a robust role for faith-based institutions and affirm the good role of government in providing for the well-being of our communities, Stanley Carlson-Thies and Chelsea Langston Bombino argue for an understanding of the limited, yet positive, task of government.
Thousands of youth are serving Juvenile Life Without Parole sentences, without any hope of ever leaving the confines of prison walls. Our faith teaches us that restoration for these youth is possible, and that we are called to work to bring about this restoration.
Shared Justice is celebrating its fifth birthday! We asked Shared Justice Program Director and Editor Katie Thompson to reflect on how it got started and how it's grown.