Making College Less SafeOn May 12, 2015 Latest updates
An SEIU bargaining team member at the University of Oregon wants the university to stop asking job applicants whether they’ve committed crimes.
In addition to a fair minimum wage, speakers asked university administrators to remove a question on applications asking if the applicant has ever committed a crime.
Johnny Earl, part of SEIU bargaining team, said that including this question is just another way to keep the poor poor.
“I’ve made mistakes and it should not affect me,” Earl said.