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Letter to EEOC on Employment Obstacles for People with Criminal Records

August 09, 2011
In response to a recent hearing on the employment challenges faced by people with criminal records, The Sentencing Project submitted a letter to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission supporting its review of the issue and urging aggressive action to stop employment discrimination.

In response to a recent hearing on the employment challenges faced by people with criminal records, The Sentencing Project submitted a letter to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission supporting its review of the issue and urging aggressive action to stop employment discrimination.

To read the letter, download the PDF below.

 
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