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NYC-DR Roundtable Breakfast
ADR'S ROLE IN FIGHTING OPPRESSION:
HEALING RELATIONSHIPS, PRACTICES, POLICIES, LANGUAGE, ORGANIZATIONS AND PARTNERSHIPS
Healing occurs through relationships and in the context of community. The challenge has been made to the ADR movement to recommit to fighting oppression through healing relationships, practices, policies, language, organizations and partnerships.
Join us for a conversation with Hasshan Batts centered around:
Hasshan Batts is a survivor, healer, son, father and friend. Hasshan is a survivor of childhood trauma, the NYC school system, Spotford juvenile justice facility and multiple adult prisons. Hasshan is also the former Director of the Conflict Resolution Center in Hickory, NC, former Board member of the Mediation Network of North Carolina (MNNC), the National Association for Community Mediation (NAFCM) and the Victim Offenders Mediation Association (VOMA). Currently, Hasshan is the Director of Education and Training for Practitioners Research and Scholarship Institute, founding member of The Society for the Healing and Study of Historical Trauma and a leading expert in trauma informed care, resiliency, restorative practices, reentry and community accountability and engagement models. Batts holds a Joint Master's degree in Social Work from North Carolina A&T University and The University of North Carolina at Greensboro and is scheduled to complete his Doctoral Degree in Health Sciences from Nova Southeastern University in Florida in 2016.
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