A 2018 estimate of unemployment among the five million formerly incarcerated people living in the U.S. found that they are “unemployed at a rate of over 27% — higher than the total U.S. unemployment rate during any historical period, including the Great Depression.” In this article, author LeRon L. Barton poses the question: What role is the DEI sector playing in this fight?
What is DEI Doing for the Formerly Incarcerated?
Author(s): LeRon L. Barton
Publisher: Harvard Business Review
Publication Date: 9/6/2021