Restorative justice lessons from the fish house
Martha Mills is an American hero. She was my supervising judge in the Paternity Division back when children of unmarried parents were treated separately and, some might say, not equally. It was over at 32 W. Randolph St., no windows and the sun didn’t shine much, figuratively or literally. Martha battled relentlessly to make it work.I didn’t understand until much later that she had been fighting for equal rights …
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