The recent spate of gun violence incidents in Colorado schools has left the community grieving and frightened. The most recent incident at East High School has left many reeling, but The Conflict Center is committed to working with the community to ensure that students and staff feel safe at school.
More Kids In Juvenile Courts Are There For Violent Crimes. Anger Management Classes Can Help Low-Level Offenders, But Others Need More Intervention
Reducing Racism in Schools and Communities: Two women, one a person of color-Puerto Rican-Latina and the other white, discuss the difficulties and successes of working to reduce racism. This podcast includes The Conflict Center’s Director, Beth Yohe.
For people in Denver’s restorative justice program, redemption came through picking up trash, reading books and making apologies
An overview of the partnership between The Conflict Center and the Denver DA’s office including a testimonial of our program impact.
The Development and Validation of Teen Beliefs on Relationship Abuse Measure (TBRAM)
The purpose of this study was to validate an original and innovative survey focused on both teens’ personal beliefs and how they perceived their peers’ beliefs regarding relationship abuse with four research questions.
Today our Restorative Denver program launches. View the official press release from the Denver District Attorney’s Office.
Executive Director, Beth Yohe, talks with host Rae Solomon from KGNU about how conflict can actually transform relationships to grow instead of it tearing them apart. Click to listen to the three-minute segment.
On February 9th, The Conflict Center will be the first physical location where people who have been formerly convicted of a crime involving marijuana may get their records sealed.
Watch The Conflict Center’s Executive Director, Beth Yohe, discuss intentional culture at school. It’s a new year. What can you do to be more intentional in your home, in your work, in your life?
See our Executive Director, Beth Yohe, answer the question, “what is the opposite of hate?” among other community leaders for #WeAreOneday.