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As mass incarceration becomes the civil rights fight of our time, find out how you can support the children left(…)
New Yorkers with Conviction Histories Will Get a Fair Shot at a Job as City Council Votes on Fair Chance(…)
The State of Ohio today became the 17th state to adopt a fair-chance hiring policy for jobseekers with records, removing(…)
NELP’s Michelle Natividad Rodriguez joins host Ray Suarez on Al Jazeera’s “Inside Story” to discuss fair chance hiring.
A single tweak to job applications would change the lives of millions of job-seekers with conviction records.
Now’s the time for the president to act, says NELP’s Christine Owens.
If a major federal contractor like Koch Industries can “ban the box,” there’s no reason why others cannot.
Fair-chance hiring is an idea with broad appeal whose time has come.
One of Nation’s Largest Employers Moves to Reduce Employment Barriers for Job-Seekers with Records, as Criminal Justice Reform Gains Momentum(…)