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Ex-Cons Get Relief in New York City—Washington May Be Next The movement to ban employers from asking about an applicant’s criminal background is spreading. Charles Davis | June 24, 2015 “Just because you make a mistake doesn’t mean you should have to pay for it the rest of your life,” Marilyn Scales, a 52-year-old mother […]

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Thank You to Our She’s So VOCAL Sponsors!

VOCAL sends love and special thanks to the many organizations, businesses, and individuals that generously supported our work by advertising through our She’s So VOCAL awards gala on June 18, 2015! Please have a look at their ads below and be sure to donate, buy their services, and otherwise support them whenever you can!

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PR: NYC Council Holds Hearing on Bill to Reorient Drug Policy Toward Health and Safety

For immediate Release: June 23, 2015                                               Contact: Jeremy Saunders, 917-676-8041, gabriel sayegh, 646-335-2264 NYC Council Holds Hearing on Bill to Reorient Drug Policy Toward Health and Safety  Legislation Would Create an Office to Coordinate Drug Strategy Between Dozens of Departments Emphasizes Evidence-based Policy Making to Promote Health and Public Safety and Reduce Negative Impact of Past and Current […]

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She’s So VOCAL! Honoring Marilyn Reyes-Scales

Marilyn Reyes-Scales is a mother, a grandmother, an activist, a public health worker, and so much more. Yet, for many years she was burdened by one label that seemed to outweigh the rest: a felon. Marilyn was convicted on drug charges in the mid-1990’s and spent two years incarcerated upstate. When she came home, all […]

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