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Richmond Area Resources
The National Association of Community and Restorative Justice (NACRJ) employs principles of social and restorative justice seeking transformation in the ways justice questions related to injustice, incivility, conflict, crime and harm are addressed. It promotes effective forms of justice that are safe, just, equitable, sustainable, reparative and socially constructive.
The Southern Poverty Law Center has many resources including ways to fight hate in your community, materials for teaching tolerance, and information about advocating on behalf of victims of bigotry and racism.