We invite you to join us
We invite community members, community organizations, businesses, schools, churches, faith communities, and any interested persons in the Seward Longfellow area to join us in promoting reconciliation and healing within our youth and our community. We offer training to volunteers interested in being a trained facilitator or as a participant representing the community’s voice. We are available for presentations about restorative justice and restorative conferencing, and for demonstration peacemaking circles.
Ways to Participate
- Make use of our process through referrals.
- Participate in a restorative justice process as a community representative.
- Attend facilitator training and volunteer to facilitate restorative conferences.
- Arrange for a presentation about restorative justice or peacemaking circles
- Give financial support: Make checks payable to SLRJ and send to
2720 E. 22nd Street, Minneapolis, MN 55406. Or, give a secure, on-line donation through GiveMN. If you are interested in having a restorative justice process available, volunteering, or have any questions please contact
Michele Braley, Program Director
Seward Longfellow Restorative Justice
Many thanks to our funders:
- Hennepin County Attorney’s Office (fee-for-service)
- City of Minneapolis – Office of the City Attorney (fee-for-service)
- Hennepin County Bar Foundation
- Minneapolis Foundation
- Basilian Order of the Catholic Church
- Seward Co-op
- Community of St. Martin
- Grace University Lutheran Church
- Westwood Lutheran Church
- Faith Mennonite Church
- Christ Church Lutheran
- Seward Neighborhood Group
- Spirit Garage
- Longfellow Community Council
- Longfellow Business Association
- Thrivent Financial: Anne Kersten and Eva Stukenberg
- Individual donors