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Julius Baily spoke on "Healing the Affected."
Julius is a well-known lecturer and educator, Dr. Julius Bailey has been a featured speaker in over 50 prisons and correctional facilities in California, Indiana, Illinois, and Ohio. He uses history to teach life lessons and attempts to assist in the shaping of new mentalities and purposed moralities.
He received dual master’s degrees from Harvard and Howard Universities, and a doctorate degree from the University of Illinois. From 2008-2010, he served as Coordinator of Philosophy and Religion within the Department of Humanities at Central State University and now serves as a professor in the Department of Philosophy at Wittenberg University.
The founder of Project Eight, a youth service organization that focuses on leadership and civic participation, he has received several awards for his community commitment and engagement. A guest on numerous radio shows as a social critic and education advisor, Dr. Bailey has also appeared on ABC’s Nightline, BET, CNN, and Fox.
On June 19-21, 2013, nearly 500 leading international academics, practitioners, and activists in the fields of restorative and racial justice traveled to Toledo, Ohio, for an important historic event – the Fourth National Restorative Justice Conference. As co-hosts and sponsors, Lourdes University and The University of Toledo Foundation were proud and excited to be part of this relevant and important event.
The conference was held at the hotel at UTMC.
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