If your justice system focuses on the perpetrators of injustice, not the victims and survivors, then it ain't worth shit.
Conservative punishment advocates and liberal rehab advocates make this same mistake.
Justice *should* be about doing what is best for the victims and survivors, finding a way for them to return to safety and security, in whatever form this takes. But the justice (both punitive and rehabilitative) that hierarchical systems prefer always removes agency from the victims and survivors, in favor of focusing what can be done with the person that committed wrong.
Justice must be practiced from the bottom-up, not the top down.
@GreenandBlack maybe silly question - how do you achieve prevention without focusing on the perpetrator at least a little bit?
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