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Dr. Johnny Rice II

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Darryl Green Discusses Deep Forgiveness

The Practitioner’s CornerSeason 1, Episode 2 - September 21, 2018 Welcome to The Practitioner’s Corner, a podcast dedicated to health, safety and social justice. Darryl Green will be joining host, Dr. Johnny Rice II, to discuss his work in the restorative justice movement and his recommendations for how to heal from trauma and harm. Darryl Green was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland and has lived all over the city growing up and later lived in the Park Heights area. He went to Catholic Schools growing up. Still to this day he always extends his hand of friendship to help children, youth and families in need. Darryl’s mom was a foster parent so Darryl has a lot of brothers and sisters, all over the country. He was taught the meaning of service at a young age watching his parents serve as a nurturing force to children who were in need. His practice based experience encompasses the fields of mentoring, positive youth development, responsible fatherhood. In this episode Darryl d...

-1 s2018 SEP 16
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Darryl Green Discusses Deep Forgiveness

Introducing the Practitioner’s Corner Podcast

Welcome to The Practitioner’s Corner, a podcast dedicated to health, safety and social justice. I am your host, Dr. Johnny Rice II. My goal for this podcast is to promote and amplify inspirational testimonies and provide empowering information and resources that can reach a diverse audience of people from all different phases and walks of life. I foresee having authors and writers of all different types of genres share their knowledge, research or insights on a range of health and safety topics that are relevant and insightful. As for me, I have 20 plus years working in the non-profit governmental and academic sectors. I taught as adjunct faculty at a couple different universities. I’m currently an assistant professor for criminal justice. Prior to teaching, I was also the senior program associate for the Vera Institute of justice, history criminal justice organization in New York City. My practice based experience comes from living in Baltimore. I worked with children and familie...

-1 s2018 SEP 10
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Introducing the Practitioner’s Corner Podcast
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Latest Episodes

Darryl Green Discusses Deep Forgiveness

The Practitioner’s CornerSeason 1, Episode 2 - September 21, 2018 Welcome to The Practitioner’s Corner, a podcast dedicated to health, safety and social justice. Darryl Green will be joining host, Dr. Johnny Rice II, to discuss his work in the restorative justice movement and his recommendations for how to heal from trauma and harm. Darryl Green was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland and has lived all over the city growing up and later lived in the Park Heights area. He went to Catholic Schools growing up. Still to this day he always extends his hand of friendship to help children, youth and families in need. Darryl’s mom was a foster parent so Darryl has a lot of brothers and sisters, all over the country. He was taught the meaning of service at a young age watching his parents serve as a nurturing force to children who were in need. His practice based experience encompasses the fields of mentoring, positive youth development, responsible fatherhood. In this episode Darryl d...

-1 s2018 SEP 16
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Darryl Green Discusses Deep Forgiveness

Introducing the Practitioner’s Corner Podcast

Welcome to The Practitioner’s Corner, a podcast dedicated to health, safety and social justice. I am your host, Dr. Johnny Rice II. My goal for this podcast is to promote and amplify inspirational testimonies and provide empowering information and resources that can reach a diverse audience of people from all different phases and walks of life. I foresee having authors and writers of all different types of genres share their knowledge, research or insights on a range of health and safety topics that are relevant and insightful. As for me, I have 20 plus years working in the non-profit governmental and academic sectors. I taught as adjunct faculty at a couple different universities. I’m currently an assistant professor for criminal justice. Prior to teaching, I was also the senior program associate for the Vera Institute of justice, history criminal justice organization in New York City. My practice based experience comes from living in Baltimore. I worked with children and familie...

-1 s2018 SEP 10
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Introducing the Practitioner’s Corner Podcast
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