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New York City One Step Closer to “Banning the Box” Nicole Disser | December 9, 2014 Last Wednesday, city council members reviewed a bill for something called the Fair Chance Act, which would prohibit employers from inquiring about criminal history during the job application process. If it passes, job applicants across the city would not […]

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Metro NY: Council bill would help ex-cons land employment

Council bill would help ex-cons land employment If passed, bill would delay criminal background checks for potential employees December 3, 2014 Ex-cons may get a fair chance at finding a job if a new bill before the City Council goes through. The Fair Chance Act would “block the box” that asks job applicants if they’ve […]

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PR: City Council Holds Civil Rights Hearing on Fair Chance Act

For Immediate Release:  December 3, 2014 Contact:  Emma Stieglitz, emmaS@berlinrosen.com, (646) 200-5307   City Council Holds Civil Rights Hearing on Fair Chance Act Legislation to Give NYC Residents Fair Chance at Employment   New York, NY—The New York City Council’s Civil Rights Committee held a hearing today on the Fair Chance Act (Intro 318), legislation […]

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PR: NYC World AIDS Day Coalition Hosts Launch of the End AIDS NY 2020 Campaign

  Community leaders, people living with HIV & AIDS, celebrities, and elected and city officials to speak at Harlem’s World Famous Apollo Theater December 1, 2014 | New York, NY—Today, the New York City World AIDS Day Coalition, consisting of over 40 AIDS-service and community-based organizations, medical providers, the NYC Council Speaker’s Office, and the […]

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