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Haruv USA Workshops for City Year

July 10, 2021

- August 6, 2021

Haruv USA Workshops for City Year

August 6, 9 & 10, 2021 | 9am-12:30pm

 


Restorative Justice in Schools: There is a need for new accountability mechanisms in schools that disrupt the devastating effects of zero-tolerance discipline policies that have fed the school-to-prison pipeline in historically excluded communities while simultaneously transforming the school landscape more broadly. This workshop will explore the frameworks of restorative and transformative justice in the educational context, why there is a larger need to view justice in schools as an issue of systemic and structural racial inequity, and practical tips around implementation in the classroom.
Avital Kaye Tzadok, MSW, PhD; Gloria Miller, MSW; and Timantha Norman

Avital Kaye-Tzadok is currently a Haruv USA Director and a visiting scholar at OU. She is a social worker (BSW, MSW, Ph.D.) with sixteen years of direct practice experience with marginalized populations, mainly at-risk adolescent girls and young women in Israel. She is also a social work lecturer, a certified supervisor, and a group facilitator.

Gloria Miller holds a Master’s degree from the Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work at the University of Oklahoma. She is the CEO of GLMiller, LLC, where she partners with businesses and agencies to adopt a strengths-based prospective in management. She also facilitates social simulations centered around social justice topics for Haruv-USA at OU-Tulsa and serves as community faculty for the school of social work.

Timantha Norman is a former educator, writer, editor, researcher, and policy advocate. She seeks to utilize the power of truth-telling in written form to engage with untold histories and unnamed realities in an effort to drive dialogue and illuminate possibilities. Additionally, she is interested in exploring the intersections of law and public policy towards facilitating sustainable movement building and transformative community empowerment.

 

Target Population:

City Year Staff

Number of Sessions:

3

Number of Participants:

75

Location:

15 E Fifth St, Ste 1621, Tulsa, OK 74103

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