Have you ever been convicted of a crime? San Francisco Supervisor Jane Kim is proposing to eliminate this question of virtually all job applications in San Francisco. Kim would like to amend the city’s current ban by expanding it to include most private employers, publicly funded housing providers and city contractors.
Journalism is dead, long live journalism. The Arab Spring and Occupy Wall Street have taught the world that “news” needs no longer be something “gathered” by foreign journalists from prestigious international news operations, that it is often most engaging and effective when stories are told by people from the inside—by those who live it, breathe it and know it like no one else.
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