Criminal Convictions Hamper 8 Million Californians’ Prospects - Often for Life
Millions of ex-cons still can’t get jobs. Here’s how the White House could help fix that.
The Washington Post
Criminal records, even minor ones, mean life of obstacles, report says
San Francisco Chronicle
In Shift, California Lawmakers Embrace Some Ambitious Criminal Justice Reforms
Once behind bars, group advocates for prisoners coming home.
Getting out, staying out
Freedom to thrive: Reimagining safety and security in our communities
New Contra Costa district attorney has chance to make a difference
Life after incarceration: Larnel Wolfe and the Safe Return Project
City Council considers ordinance to protect renters with criminal records
Protesters Call Out Sheriff for Cooperation with ICE
Tamisha Walker: The incarceration of women of color
Battle Creek Enquirer