How do you forgive the unforgivable? Cheryl Ward-Kaiser leads us down a path of shocking twists and turns. Her story contains detailed descriptions of violence, so it may not be appropriate for everyone. But by the end, we know you’ll understand why Cheryl’s story inspires us and needs to be heard.
SHOW NOTES |
This episode was produced by me, and co-produced by Mara Reynolds. Special thanks to KAZU-fm and Krista Almanzan for the use of their studios and time, and to Emma Wynne-Jones.
Our theme song was written and performed by my brother, John Reynolds.
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE RESOURCES |
National and international resources
The Centre for Justice & Reconciliation, a program of Prison Fellowship International based in Washington DC
Restorative Justice resources in California’s Central Coast
Restorative Justice Partners Inc.
Monterey County Restorative Justice Commission
Confict Resolution Center of Santa Cruz County
Photo | Conner Jay
MORE ABOUT CHERYL |https://episodes.seriouslysimplepodcasting.com/A-show-about-justice-and-redemption/Episode02Cheryl.mp3
BONUS TRACK | We recommend listening to the podcast before the bonus track.Cheryl tells us how her daughters are faring (3 minutes).https://voicesofmontereybay.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Episode02BonusTrack.mp3
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Have something to say about this episode? Send us a letter.Episode 02: Cheryl was first posted on December 11, 2017 at 10:30 pm.
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