LISA REA is a national restorative justice expert with 15 years of experience on the state, national and international levels. In the ‘90s she served as state director of Justice Fellowship-California, the criminal justice reform arm of Prison Fellowship. As a government relations consultant she worked with Prison Fellowship International on various justice initiatives around the globe including testing an intensive in-prison victim offender pilot in a Texas prison in 1998.

In 2001 Ms. Rea founded The Justice & Reconciliation Project (JRP), a national restorative justice organization based in California working with victims of violent crime. JRP worked to promote policies based on victims-driven restorative justice encouraging offender accountability and urging expansion of programs to allow direct victim offender dialogue. JRP provided a forum for victims to tell their stories giving victims a greater voice in the restorative justice movement. JRP has been at the forefront of the restorative justice movement in the United States advocating for systemic reform on all levels of the criminal justice system with direct input from victims.

~~~~Dream One World

What if... just by shifting your consciousness, YOU can shift the world?
What if...YOU can be the difference?
What if...all it takes is for YOU to accept everyone and everything without judgment and to replace that judgment with forgiveness, love, acceptance, and gratitude?
What really is that easy?
It IS.

Filmed in the 2008 ACCEPTANCE DAY AT ARMSTRONG WOODS - Guerneville, California
Organized by DREAM ONE WORLD.
Creative: Claudio Silva @ Kanvaz Design

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