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David LaMotte on Restorative Justice | connect.faith
This video expands on the idea that what we think of as justice, is actually much more complex. We move from aid vs justice work to retributive vs restorative justice, and David talks about how true healing can only come from a more restorative approach to community building.
This “Masterclass” will consist of excerpts from a conversation we had with singer, songwriter, author and peacemaker, David LaMotte, back in February. In these videos David gives us tools to think about the nature of justice in our lives and in the world.
Given the current state of the world, having a grounded understanding of what it actually takes to create a more just world, is critically important.
More Season Two Videos
- }Aug 24, 2020
Today we're sharing “Deadline” by David LaMotte, which serves as a powerful reminder about the importance of how we choose to spend our time.
- }Jul 27, 2020
David LaMotte shares “Taste the Light” from the album "The Other Way Around". It’s sweet, sentimental, and uplifting. Enjoy!
- }Jul 13, 2020
David LaMotte shares a personal story and then performs a sweet and sentimental piece of music called "Just One Candle."
- }Jul 3, 2020
In the final video in our series, David Lamotte highlights a story that epitomizes creative nonviolence in response to hatred.
- }Jul 2, 2020
David outlines options we have in response to violence and highlights creative nonviolence as the most effective and powerful tool we have.
- }Jul 1, 2020
David talks about his musical trio, "Abraham Jam," and how they came together from different backgrounds and experiences.
- }Jun 30, 2020
In this video, David LaMotte expands on the idea that what we think of as justice is actually much more complex.
- }Jun 29, 2020
David LaMotte describes the difference between justice work and aid work, and how both are critically important in creating change.
- }Jun 15, 2020
In this video, Ike and Misty Ann Sturm share four powerful and inspiring jazz pieces around the theme, “A New Day”.
- }May 25, 2020
Pastor Debbie Bronkema shares a story about a woman who had given up hope only to find a new day waiting for her, if only she comes in out of the rain.
- }May 11, 2020
In this video, Tabreeca Woodside stopped by connect.faith with Ike Sturm, Evan Closser, and Misty Ann Sturm to perform some music.
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