Work for Ex-Felons & Ex-Prisoners?

Although those caught in the criminal justice system provide a plethora of jobs and profits for those who work in and own corrections facilities, once released ex-offenders face dismal economic realities. There are over 15 million working aged ex-prisoners and ex-felons living in our communities who face great hurdles securing employment. These are Americans. How does the federal government plan on increasing the economic opportunities for this segment of the US population, especially in relation to jobs and immigration?
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3 Responses to “Work for Ex-Felons & Ex-Prisoners?”

  • GoonCityTVFLA:

    I JUST LEFT A RESPONSE 

  • GoonCityTVFLA:

    I FEEL LIKE MY GRAND PARENTS HAD TO FIGHT AND SOME DIE AND SOME WORK AS SLAVES TO BUILD AMERICA AND SOON AS THE CHILDREN OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER GET A FEW THINGS GOOD GOING HER COMES THE IMAGRATION TO SNATCH FOOD RIGHT OUT THE MOUTH OF THE PEOPLE THAT WERE JUST TRYING TO STEP UP TO THE PLATE , SORRY BOUT THE CAPS ,

  • MsVictoriaShantrell:

    That’s unfortunate. It’s time for us to be inclusive when we discuss jobs for Americans. Often times they say illegal immigration doesn’t take jobs from Americans; however, many construction, landscape & agriculture jobs are now completed by immigrants when once upon a time, that was a mean for the previously-incarcerated to make a decent living. We need to have a dialogue about this!

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