Episode 4: What do you know about ‘No one is disposable’

Whatchu Know About Restorative Justice?

09-12-2020 • 55 mins

“If you disagree with the prison system, then you should not agree or practice exclusionary discipline.” This episode we sit with Tobin Paap, School Culture Specialist with Green Dot Public Schools California, to discuss the role creativity and flexibility play in Restorative Justice implementation in schools. Tobin also reflects on the impact the long-term partnership between Green Dot and CCEJ has been successful, in large part because of the foundation provided by CCEJ’s 17 Restorative Justice Beliefs. Tobin provides reflections on how these beliefs have been incorporated into the structure and culture of Green Dot schools, especially the belief, “No one is disposable” as a way to understand and interrupt the school to prison pipeline. Tobin closes his conversation by sharing his experiences and growth as a white educator working with Black and Latinx youth in South Los Angeles schools and as a volunteer at the resistance camp for the Dakota Access pipeline camp in Standing Rock.

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