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A decades-old investigative technique the federal government uses to expose evidence of discriminatory home-selling practices nationwide is also an effective(…)
The Mayor’s Commission for Re-Entry, which is a group of partner organizations working together to assist adults who are exiting(…)
A new report by the National Employment Law Project and Awood Center urges investigations by state authorities and more involvement(…)
Blacks must make extraordinary efforts to overcome the discrimination that is often hidden in financial policies or products that are(…)
Trina Davidson-Brooks said assisting the formerly incarcerated is vital so that they can break the cycle of criminality, rather than(…)
Now as New York’s workers, especially Black and Brown workers, face urgent needs — from the cut-off of federal unemployment(…)
The following is a statement from Rebecca Dixon, executive director of the National Employment Law Project on the introduction of(…)
Fair chance hiring is about an applicant being viewed as a person, not just as a checkbox on an application.
We applaud the President for embracing the role of the federal government as a model employer.