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Employment Discrimination Workshop

Staff from the DC Office of Human Rights will discuss employment discrimination and your rights as a job seeker, applicant, or employee in the District of Columbia. Special topics may include pregnancy, status as unemployed, and criminal background.
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Employment Discrimination Workshop

Staff from the DC Office of Human Rights will discuss employment discrimination and your rights as a job seeker, applicant, or employee in the District of Columbia. Special topics may include pregnancy, status as unemployed, and criminal background.
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Employment Discrimination Workshop

Staff from the DC Office of Human Rights will discuss employment discrimination and your rights as a job seeker, applicant, or employee in the District of Columbia. Special topics may include pregnancy, status as unemployed, and criminal background.  
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Housing Discrimination Workshop

Staff from the DC Office of Human Rights will provide a “Know Your Rights” presentation to ensure you can identify housing discrimination and know what you to do if it happens to you. We will discuss discrimination against people who use housing vouchers, people with disabilities, people of color and more.
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Housing Discrimination Workshop

Staff from the DC Office of Human Rights will provide a “Know Your Rights” presentation to ensure you can identify housing discrimination and know what you to do if it happens to you. We will discuss discrimination against people who use housing vouchers, people with disabilities, people of color and more.
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Father's Rights in the District

Low-income fathers can sometimes encounter difficulty exercising all their parental rights. Family law attorneys from Neighborhood Legal Services Program will use scenes from classic films like Crooklyn, Daddy’s Little Girls, and Kramer v. Kramer to talk about child custody law in the District of Columbia and explore how fights over paternity, child support and custody/visitation can interfere with a dad's ability to play a full role in his child's life.
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Jobseeker Legal Clinic

Are you having difficulties getting or keeping a job? Come to one of our Jobseeker Legal Clinics at the DC Public Library. You can meet one-on-one with an attorney from Neighborhood Legal Services Program (NLSP) to find out if you have a barrier to employment that an attorney may be able to help you resolve. You can get information about issues such as criminal record sealing, credit reports, background checks, obtaining driving and professional licenses, resolving child support arrearages, wage theft, and other issues.
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Jobseeker Legal Clinic

Are you having difficulties getting or keeping a job? Come to one of our Jobseeker Legal Clinics at the DC Public Library. You can meet one-on-one with an attorney from Neighborhood Legal Services Program (NLSP) to find out if you have a barrier to employment that an attorney may be able to help you resolve. You can get information about issues such as criminal record sealing, credit reports, background checks, obtaining driving and professional licenses, resolving child support arrearages, wage theft, and other issues.
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Breaking Barriers to Employment: Ban the Box

A new D.C. law passed in 2014 says that certain employers are not allowed to ask questions about criminal background on initial job application forms, and can only ask about criminal convictions after a conditional offer of employment is made. This interactive workshop will teach you about the new law and will walk you through the process of filing a complaint if your rights are violated.
Neighberhood Legal Services Program logoInstitute of Museum and Library Services

Breaking Barriers to Employment: Ban the Box

A new D.C. law passed in 2014 says that certain employers are not allowed to ask questions about criminal background on initial job application forms, and can only ask about criminal convictions after a conditional offer of employment is made. This interactive workshop will teach you about the new law and will walk you through the process of filing a complaint if your rights are violated.

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