Racial Equity Resource Guide


Guides & Workshops



Social Healing Through Justice Project

University of Hawaii at Manoa
William S. Richardson School of Law
2515 Dole Street
Honolulu, HI 96822-2350



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The Social Healing Through Justice Project’s dual aims are to help: 1) end invidious discrimination, including discrimination driven by implicit bias; and 2) heal the persisting wounds of injustice through words and acts of justice, employing a multidisciplinary approach that draws upon law, social psychology, theology, economics, political theory and indigenous community dispute resolution practices. The Project supports interracial dialogues, conducts workshops, provides mentoring/ tutoring services, and trains promising students in scholarly advocacy, to help them do cutting-edge justice- scholarship for use on the justice frontlines.

The following information about its workshops was provided by the organization:

  • Topics—Contextual Legal Analysis; Critical Race Praxis; Framing.
  • Focus—structural racism, racial healing and unconscious bias.
  • Frequency—as requested.
  • Location(s)—at this organization’s offices or onsite at the requesting organization.
  • Length(s)—one day.
  • Fee(s)—$1,000 plus expenses for for-profit organizations. $ 500 plus expenses for non-profit organizations.
  • Number of People/Workshop—12-15.
  • Desired Outcomes—Enabling people to develop and begin to employ a framework for practically redressing the damage to people and society resulting from concrete injustices.


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