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by Henry Rosen, Policy Analyst, CSG Justice Center The What Works in Reentry Clearinghouse (the Clearinghouse) now includes new and updat...
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More than 30 practitioners, academics, and private-sector leaders from across the country attended the 9th Annual Harry Frank Guggenheim Symposium on ...
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The Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia, Philadelphia Lawyers for Social Equity, and the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under the Law have...
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The two technical assistance documents from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) explai...
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Nebraska recently became the 11th state to pass “Ban the Box,” a law that removes questions about criminal records on state job applications. Enacted ...
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By Liam JulianAround 65 million Americans of working age have criminal records. Finding a job isn’t easy for anyone, but it’s especially difficult for...
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MEMPHIS, TN—A group of influential local business leaders joined state and local policymakers in Memphis last month to discuss opportunities and chall...
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By Mai P. TranDuring a ceremony on Rikers Island last month, William Torres told the crowded room, “I am a better man now than I was 12 years ago.”Tor...
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By Mai P. TranFor Gary W., coming home after ten years in prison wasn’t easy. Just days after his release, his wife died of cancer, and Gary then spen...
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Nearly one in three adults in South Carolina—1.1 million people—have a criminal record. Many of them also have trouble finding a job, not necessarily ...