Doug Noll’s life began at 50, when he abandoned a traditional law practice for mediation and peace-making. Since then, Doug and his colleagues at Prison of Peace have worked to change the culture of California prisons, one mediation at a time. For more on how Noll “teaches murderers to be peacemakers,” see his story in the Christian Science Monitor, which Encore.org is delighted to support as a story partner.
Doug Noll, founder of Prison of Peace, featured in the Christian Science Monitor
03/08/2017 • By Helen Zelon
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