Tomay Douglass is a Social Worker, Substance Abuse Counselor, and a Restorative Justice Trainer and Facilitator with Restorative Justice Education (RJ ED). Tomay integrates her mediation, mindfulness and trauma training into her work where she provides conflict coaching, family conferencing, anti-racism work, racial healing circles and healing circles for persons who experienced trauma. Her commitment to social justice and transforming lives deepen her practice and commitment to living a restorative lifestyle. Tomay’s work as a facilitator and trainer includes working in Higher Ed, K-12, community agencies, and religious organizations.
You will meet Tomay (1:48), hear her personal experiences and how she got started (4:41), googling restorative justice and where it took her (16:33) and what restorative justice means (22:52). She also shares how she has seen this work done well (34:38), how to navigate restorative relationships in schools (44:31), and her areas of knowledge (56:04). Finally, she gives her closing thoughts (59:56).
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