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Restorative Justice Program at the Museum of Tolerance New York

The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office is collaborating with the Museum of Tolerance New York on the Restorative Justice Program, which works with eligible defendants charged with hate crimes. Each session at the Museum on East 42nd Street in Manhattan includes a tour of the Museum’s exhibits, interactive workshops, videos, guided discussions, and special instruction by Museum educators to explore issues of prejudice, diversity, and tolerance, which were tailored to each defendant. The Museum reports back to the District Attorney’s Office about the defendant’s participation.