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Elena Quintana, Ph.D., Executive Director of the Institute on Public Safety and Social Exclusion at the Adler School of Professional Psychology, and Ryan Lugalia-Hollon, IPSSJ Justice Fellow, joined Cook County Assistant State's Attorney Kathleen Bankhead and culture specialist Robert Spicer for a wide-ranging, hour-long live discussion with "The Afternoon Shift" host Rick Kogan on WBEZ-FM 91.5, Chicago's National Public Radio affiliate.
Restorative justice was a significant focus of the conversation, along with alternatives to incarceration, and trauma-informed care at work in Cook County.
Click here to listen to, and see social media highlights from, "Afternoon Shift: So long, farewell."
Click here to read a related Adler School blog post, "Restorative Justice at Work: Reducing Violence at Chicago’s Fenger High School."
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