“Forgiveness requires just one human being. Reconciliation two.” Khalil Osiris, founder of RFN
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (PRWEB)
August eighteen, 2020
Reflecting Liberty Network (RFN), a Florida dependent nonprofit, invitations citizens about the globe to choose aspect in its restorative justice documentary collection, Truth & Reconciliation Discussions. The documentary is about systemic racism and the worldwide battle to triumph over it. Citizens can post their recorded tales to RFN and, if selected, they will be aspect of the three aspect documentary collection, culminating with a worldwide premiere on Nelson Mandela International Working day 2021. For quite a few men and women of color, George Floyd’s murder by law enforcement officers is a poignant reminder of the intersection in between racism and injustice. “Forgiveness requires just one human being, reconciliation two,” reported Khalil Osiris, founder of RFN and host of the Nelson Mandela International Working day 2020 (#NMID2020) documentary. “Our aim is to encourage men and women to get started conversing about ending racism, and in so carrying out develop a worldwide movement for justice.”
The #NMID2020 documentary showcased leaders in training, legal justice, civil rights, group reentry and journalism talking about their knowledge of systemic racism, their reaction to George Floyd’s murder, and their hope for the potential of race relations. Their tales evoked anger, concern, guilt, as perfectly as hope for therapeutic and reconciliation.
Nelson Mandela reported, “In the conclude, reconciliation is a spiritual system, which needs far more than just a lawful framework. It has to transpire in the hearts and minds of men and women.” RFN’s restorative justice documentary seeks to develop on Mandela’s eyesight of reconciliation by celebrating the tales of persons who are using action to assist alter their communities and the globe for the better.
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