This week’s installment of WINGS features Mary Johnson, founder of From Death to Life, who spoke on Good Friday 2013 at Church on the Rock in New Haven, Connecticut, about her 12 years learning to forgive and ultimately transform the boy who killed her son. Also, Ashley Nellis calls for a return to honoring the importance of having a juvenile justice system in the US.

Featured speakers/guests:

Barbara Fair, founder of My Brother’s Keeper, a group promoting real “criminal justice” in New Haven, Connecticut, USA; Mary Johnson, founder of From Death to Life; Ashley Nellis, a research analyst with The Sentencing Project.

Credits:

Speech recording and interview by Melinda Tuhus; adaptation for WINGS by Frieda Werden.

 

ON WINGS | May 4, 2013 | 2:30 pm

Forgiveness for Youth

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This week’s installment of WINGS features Mary Johnson, founder of From Death to Life, who spoke on Good Friday 2013 at Church on the Rock in New Haven, Connecticut, about her 12 years learning to forgive and ultimately transform the boy who killed her son. Also, Ashley Nellis calls for a return to honoring the importance of having a juvenile justice system in the US.

Featured speakers/guests:

Barbara Fair, founder of My Brother’s Keeper, a group promoting real “criminal justice” in New Haven, Connecticut, USA; Mary Johnson, founder of From Death to Life; Ashley Nellis, a research analyst with The Sentencing Project.

Credits:

Speech recording and interview by Melinda Tuhus; adaptation for WINGS by Frieda Werden.

 

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