Our current justice system has its roots in theological concepts around retribution. These constructs take the worst interpretations of sacred text and codifies them. Within those same text, much more prevalent are aggressive themes of restorative justice. Our work seeks to provide restorative solutions rather than retributive ones. Additionally, restoration demands repair. As we call for the abolition of unjust systems like the Drug War, mass incarceration, segregation, and the like we must also demand the communities most affected are repaired. Therefore, we work with our partners to build the theological argument for restorative justice in various campaigns such as the end of cannabis prohibition and the restoration of voting rights.