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Restorative Justice for Hawaiʻi's First People: Selected Amicus Curiae Briefs in Doe v. Kamehameha Schools
|Title:||Restorative Justice for Hawaiʻi's First People: Selected Amicus Curiae Briefs in Doe v. Kamehameha Schools|
Yamamoto, Eric K.
MacKenzie, Melody K.
Forman, David M.
|Publisher:||14 Asian Am. L.J. 205|
|Citation:||Susan K. Serrano; Eric K. Yamamoto; Melody Kapilialoha MacKenzie; David M. Forman, Restorative Justice for Hawai'i's First People: Selected Amicus Curiae Briefs in Doe v. Kamehameha Schools, 14 Asian Am. L.J. 205 (2007)|
|Abstract:||The essay explores four out of eleven amicus curiae briefs' compelling arguments that Kamehameha Schools' program is not about violating civil rights by treating one group as superior. Rather, Kamehameha Schools are part of private and public efforts aimed at restorative justice, to repair the harm to Hawai'i's first people for the benefit of all.|
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