Fighting for ‘Common Justice,’ for crime victims and their perpetrators

By The Takeaway | August 9, 2017

Stoneleigh Fellow Danielle Sered and her Common Justice program is featured on WNYC.

To talk about reform for criminals and alternatives to incarceration also means to acknowledge the impact on victims and to consider whether imprisonment is punishment enough, or too much, and if it’s the path forward to feeling safer for victims of violent crime. Danielle Sered  has been helping to carve a new way forward through her program Common Justice, a project of the VERA Institute that helps find alternatives to incarceration with victims of violence by facilitating face-to-face conversations and encouraging accountability.

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