The New “Jack”: Trading Justice for Grit

(Taking a small break between chapters in The Interregnum Mile to bring you something to consider) Is Restorative Justice being “jacked?” Restorative Justice (RJ) has a lengthy (centuries-old) global history too lengthy and complex to elucidate here. It  thankfully has become the recent focus of school disciplinary and judicial systems at a time when theContinue reading “The New “Jack”: Trading Justice for Grit”

The Interregnum Mile: Chapter Six

Chapter Six “You did what???” Kelley demanded the previous evening, his voice echoing with incredulity. The three of them stood around the empty darkened parking lot, and told Kelley everything they knew. The lot that ran alongside the Interregnum Mile was abandoned; cracked blacktop with lanky clusters of milkweed poking through. The only sounds wereContinue reading “The Interregnum Mile: Chapter Six”

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