Let’s go beyond the conflict and talk

June 29, 2020

Linda Stamato and Sandy Jaffe, co-directors of the Center for Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, offer their opinions as to why the May incident in Central Park, when a white woman ignited a race firestorm across the country after footage of her encounter with a black man went viral, should serve as an opening for conflict resolution, facilitated conversations, and possibly restorative justice.

Opinion by Linda Stamato and Sandy Jaffe, NJ.com, June 28, 2020

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