Fighting for the human rights of people in the sex trades —
Contacts: N’Jaila Rhee firstname.lastname@example.org,
Penelope Saunders, email@example.com,
Cris Sardina, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Monica Jones, email@example.com
Sex Worker Rights Groups have told the United Nations how the U.S. violates human rights: now the world is watching
Monday, Nov 9: the Universal Periodic Review#UPR2020 will be live streamed by UNTV 8:30 am US ET. Our sex worker and trans led coalition groups will be live tweeting event using the hashtags #sexworkerdemands#Blacktransleadership#whoresspeakup#holdtheUSaccountable Log on to http://webtv.un.org/ to watch other countries yell at the US. Listen out for a recommendation on the rights of trans people and/or sex workers. We have spoken to a lot of UN missions, even though COVID19 was an enormous barrier.
Read our key recs here: http://www.bestpracticespolicy.org/2020/10/19/updated-upr-statement/Tuesday, Nov 10:
Webinar entitled The Election is over. The UPR happened. Now what? Nov10NowWhat.eventbrite.comOpen to everyone including allies and people looking for a vision of a future as envisaged by trans leaders and sex worker leadership. Come to heal and strategize with our intersectional collaborative including NJRUA, BPPP, the Outlaw Project, Desiree Alliance and the BSWC.