TUESDAY, SEP 18, 2018

6:00 PM

Restorative Justice & Conflict Resolution Panel, Memphis
"Tackling the Pipeline: Restorative Justice & Conflict Resolution" is the topic of a panel discussion in the Memphis Educational Equity Learning Series set for 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 18, at the National Civil Rights Museum. The panel will explore the use of restorative practices and teaching conflict resolution skills as methods of supporting the social, emotional, and academic growth of students. Featured panelists include Randy McPherson, student support manager of behavior and student leadership for Shelby County Schools; Rod Peterson, principal of Oakhaven Middle School; and LeTicia Taylor, licensed restorative practices trainer. The Learning Series is designed to provide Memphians with a better understanding of local education issues as preparation for effective advocacy. The September event is the ninth in the series and will be hosted by Stand for Children in partnership with Campaign Nonviolence Memphis, Pax Christi Memphis, Tennessee Educational Equity Coalition, and the National Civil Rights Museum.

Sep. 18, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM


National Civil Rights Museum,


Stand for Children