The Samuel D. Proctor Institute for Leadership, Equity, and Justice | GSE | Rutgers

Restorative Justice, Racial Restoration, and Education 2021 Cohort

After a careful peer-review and selection process, the first “Reparative Justice, Racial Restoration, and Education” cohort was assembled. Selected authors and artists will form a network and organize around actualizing the collective and creating a community centered on true social change.

2021 Cohort Includes: 

  • Allison Pease, Associate Provost for Institutional Effectiveness at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY
  • Dara Byrne, Associate Provost for Undergraduate Retention and Dean of Undergraduate Studies at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY
  • Carlos Beato, Co-Director at Next Generation Learning (NGL)
  • Daniel Sass, Assistant Principal at School in the Square, NYC
  • Cecelia Joyce Price, Faculty in the School of Education, Dallas College
  • Cristal Almonte, Ph.D Candidate, Claremont Graduate University
  • Elizabeth Farfán-Santos, Medical Anthropologist and Associate Professor, University of Houston
  • Javania Webb, Ph.D Candidate, University of Missouri - St. Louis
  • Jeffrey Acevedo, Graduate student, Teachers College, Columbia University
  • Marisa Macy, Faculty in the School of Teacher Education, University of Central Florida
  • Sherron Roberts, Professor of Language Arts and Literacy, University of Central Florida
  • Judith Levin, Associate Lecturer and Academic Program Coordinator, University of Central Florida
  • Tiffany Tan, Ph.D student, University of Florida
  • Michael Henry, Undergraduate student, Morehouse College
  • Narketta Sparkman-Key, Associate Professor of Counseling and Human Services and Director of Faculty Diversity and Retention, Old Dominion University
  • Thierry Elin-Saintine, Assistant Professor of Mathematics and First-Year Studies, Stockton University
  • Joe Cirio, Assistant Professor of Writing and First-Year Studies, Stockton University

In addition to publishing these stories, the Proctor Institute will be running a social media campaign to highlight each piece and the authors that created them. Follow along on all social media platforms with the hashtag #RJRRE. 

All publications can be found here.