Native American Perspectives on Restorative Justice:
The component is under Tribal Law and is called Settle Up
Suggested for all ages
This Tribal Law Video and FAQ booklet helps you to resolve class conflicts using a modified form of tribal law called "settle-up". This program teaches how to work toward student-led mediation in the classroom by teaching background history of what types of laws are involved in traditional Hupa/Karuk/Yurok life. Included in the curriculum is a game to play and pre/post tests. The main objective of settle-up is to help students take responsibility for their actions, and make reparations to a person who has had his/her feelings hurt - not to punish.
Other Native Restorative Justice Resources:
A Cultural Approach to Restorative Justice: http://www.correctionalnews.com/articles/2012/03/28/model-restorative-justice-in-america