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Restorative justice

When people hurt each other, relationships suffer – but they can be restored. Our restorative justice work in communities and prisons help strengthen relationships based on respect and responsibility. We teach healthy ways to respond to harm and conflict and break cycles of violence.

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Racial justice

MCC’s racial equity and advocacy programs provide training to identify and resist oppressive systems of racism and colonization as well as to advocate for an end to mass incarceration. We teach about historic patterns of injustice and promote healing. 

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Mass incarceration

The U.S. has 5% of the world’s population and 25% of the world’s prison population. MCC walks with communities in the U.S. who have been targeted by the mass incarceration system toward healing and restoration. We work with these communities for justice, and care for those in prison.

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Abuse response and prevention

Abuse such as family violence, sexual violence and clergy sexual abuse can lead to loss, fear, isolation and despair.

Offering support, accountability, education and public engagement, MCC assists those in need and works toward reducing cases of abuse. The Canada-based Abuse Response and Prevention Network offers a variety of resources addressing various types of abuse.

Justice and equity stories

Meet the people most impacted by systems of inequity and injustice. See how together, we are working to resist oppressive systems, heal and work for justice. 

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There are many ways to get involved as we work together for justice and equity.

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