Seward Longfellow Restorative Justice


Seward Longfellow Restorative Justice was created by residents in the Seward and Longfellow neighborhoods “to build community by providing the opportunity to repair harm by involving the victim, offender, and community in solutions that promote healing, accountability, and reconciliation.” The organization hired its first staff person in 2004 with Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP) funding from Longfellow Community Council. Seward Neighborhood Group served as the fiscal sponsor and SLRJ was housed in the SNG offices until 2019 when SLRJ became an independent non-profit.

What Does Justice Look Like activity

Please visit their site to learn more.

Training October 2017

If you are interested in having a restorative justice process available, volunteering, or have any questions please contact Michele Braley, SLRJ Executive Director, via phone or email at (612)202-0027 or respectively.