(855) 586-7599

                                     P.O. Box #5925
Atlanta, GA 31107

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Dedicated Nonprofit Promoting Best Practices for Restorative Justice**
Southern Truth and Reconciliation welcomes today's challenges and opportunities to promote reconciliation, equity and social change where a legacy of racial violence continues to impair community relations, undermine fairness and honor, and complicate civic affairs.

We believe that leaders who create positive, memorable, and affirmative connections between past and present are more likely to leverage their community's legacy and reclaim its future.

Our approach to social justice seeks to restore all stakeholders to full participation in community building through truth-telling and trustbuilding.

Southern Truth and Reconciliation -- STAR -- assists communities by providing consulting and networking services to facilitate racial reconciliation


WHAT does STAR do?

Expert Consulting to Advance Equity and Justice

Our mission includes: researching truth commissions worldwide; customizing truth-telling and trustbuilding processes for each community context, promoting best practices via a Menu of Options spanning criminal justice, social justice and restorative justice approaches--for example mediation, alternative dispute resolution, and conflict transformation; and recommending next steps for client constituencies and community partners.
We do this through STAR’s Restorative Justice Process (RJP).   (Link)


HOW does STAR do what it does?
We provide consultation and networking services for communities seeking further resources for reconciliation initiatives and restorative justice projects and programs. Our approach to social justice focuses on restoring all stakeholders to full participation in community building through truth-telling and trust building* practices that foster equity across the entire community.  Through STAR’s Restorative Justice Process (RJP) (Llink).

 Member:  Alliance for Truth and Racial Reconciliation  |  For Additional Resources visit ATRR
Member: Association for the Study of African American Life and History | For Additional Resources, visit ASALH
 Recipient of Atlanta's Phoenix Award

Contact us in Atlanta, Georgia, to speak with our nonprofit organization's knowledgeable staff about advancing restorative justice in your area.