District of Corruption
I’ve spent the past week trying to take a break from the day to day insanity of Black Run America (BRA), but a quick scan of the news has revealed the latest victory for “equality” and “civil rights”:
“Employers in the U.S. may soon have to hire more workers with criminal backgrounds under new equality guidelines issued by the federal government.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s guidelines warn companies against rejecting minority applicants who have committed a felony or other offense, recommending that those companies eliminate policies which ‘exclude people from employment based on a criminal record.’
According to the EEOC, civil rights laws already prohibit employers from selectively hiring job applicants who are of different ethnic backgrounds but have matching criminal histories. …
The latest update from the EEOC was issued out of concern that employers might disproportionally decline applicants from minorities since a greater number of African Americans and Hispanics are getting arrested for crimes, according to the guideline report. …”
I’m sure that criminal background checks are having a “disparate impact” on minority employment.
That’s obviously why we need more federal oversight from EEOC bureaucrats in Washington to ensure that Southern businesses are fulfilling MLK’s Dream with an affirmative action quota for the “diverse” criminals in their communities.