NAACP To Host #BanTheBox Twitter Town Hall, Nov. 6 1pm EST

November 4, 2015

President Obama recently announced a number of criminal justice reforms, one of them includes an effort to make Ban the Box a reality, nationally. NAACP Criminal Justice Department is hosting a Twitter Town Hall with NAACP President/CEO Cornell William Brooks, Nov. 6 1pm EST, releasing a new #BanTheBox campaign video. We want to help build awareness of the policies, inform those with criminal records about successful re-entry and offer solutions for those seeking employment with a criminal record. 

Join us. Download the questions and participate here.

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