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New Legislation Increases Employment Access for Justice-Involved Californians

An estimated 8 million individuals in California have criminal records. Increasing access to employment can lessen the negative impacts of justice system contact and benefit communities across the state.

2018 Promises Groundbreaking Justice Reform in California

California legislators have introduced new bills to expand opportunities for justice-involved youth and adults and lessen the harm of justice system contact.

Breaking Ground: Two formerly incarcerated men rebuild their lives while rebuilding a Bayview public housing community

The Mission Local, a San Francisco-based newspaper, discusses employment barriers with CJCJ's Director of Community-Based Services Gerald Miller.

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