Monthly Archives: December 2008

  • “Committing a crime is what I did, not who I am.” –Mr. Campos “In order to come back to society, my thinking had to change. I had to let someone else take charge of me and steer me for awhile. When I did it myself, it only lead me back to the chains.” – Mr. […]

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  • Amy Ellenbogen, the Crown Heights Community Mediation Center Project Director is on the Steering Committee for We Are All Brooklyn (WAAB). WAAB wrote this statement in reaction to the attacks on the Sucuzhanay brothers: In the early morning of Sunday, December 8, the city of New York and the borough of Brooklyn were the victims […]

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  • Michael David Willoughby, a former participant in the Mediation Center’s Youth Court programming at Paul Robeson High School passed away in a car accident on November 30th. His obituary is below. In loving Memory Michael David Willoughby Sunrise: June 27, 1989Sunset: November 30, 2008 Michael David Willoughby was born on June 27th, 1989 at Interfaith […]

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  • The Mediation Center’s Truancy Intervention Program (TIP) at Ebbets Field MS 352 provides a system of support and accountability for students who are chronically late or absent from school. Staff members check in with students on a daily basis, conduct family conferences, write and distribute letters home and operate an in-school Youth Court addressing attendance […]

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