This Restorative Justice Life

34. Creating Connections in Restorative Justice w/ Jammy Millet

May 13, 2021 David Ryan Castro-Harris Season 1 Episode 34
This Restorative Justice Life
34. Creating Connections in Restorative Justice w/ Jammy Millet
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This Restorative Justice Life
34. Creating Connections in Restorative Justice w/ Jammy Millet
May 13, 2021 Season 1 Episode 34
David Ryan Castro-Harris

Jammy is the daughter of two Puerto Rican migrants and was born and raised in Boston, Mass. Jammy has been an RJ practitioner for over 7 years, within the Boston Public Schools and most recently in the Higher Ed space as she created an RJ Education & Implementation Org called StayJust. Jammy strives to live restoratively as best she can everyday; as a mother of two, a life partner and a warrior against the anti-blackness and anti-oppression within her own body. She is also currently homeschooling her two little ones and infusing RJ values and principles into their everyday life. She hopes to pass down healing as a form of currency for generational wealth. 

You will meet Jammy (0:55), the importance of connection (4:24), connection in current events (10:32), and how she got started in restorative justice (15:04). She discusses the limitations of job titles (26:31) and building community new to this work (42:02) and George Floyd (52:18). Finally, she gives her closing thoughts (58:35).

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Show Notes

Jammy is the daughter of two Puerto Rican migrants and was born and raised in Boston, Mass. Jammy has been an RJ practitioner for over 7 years, within the Boston Public Schools and most recently in the Higher Ed space as she created an RJ Education & Implementation Org called StayJust. Jammy strives to live restoratively as best she can everyday; as a mother of two, a life partner and a warrior against the anti-blackness and anti-oppression within her own body. She is also currently homeschooling her two little ones and infusing RJ values and principles into their everyday life. She hopes to pass down healing as a form of currency for generational wealth. 

You will meet Jammy (0:55), the importance of connection (4:24), connection in current events (10:32), and how she got started in restorative justice (15:04). She discusses the limitations of job titles (26:31) and building community new to this work (42:02) and George Floyd (52:18). Finally, she gives her closing thoughts (58:35).

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Contact, Learn More, Support Jammy:
Email: [email protected] 

Sign up for our summer intensive at tiny.cc/ARJsummer
See all our workshops and courses at http://amplifyrj.com/learn
Future Ancestor Collective (Community Gatherings): http://tiny.cc/ARJcommunity
Rep Amplify RJ Gear at http://amplifyrj.threadless.com 

You can connect with Amplify RJ:
Email list: http://tiny.cc/ARJemail
Instagram: http://instagram.com/amplify.rj
Facebook: http://facebook.com/amplifyrj
Twitter: http://twitter.com/amplifyrj
Website: http://amplifyrj.com
Reading list: http://amplifyrj.com/reading-list