We Remember: Anonymous. A Teenage Philadelphia “Hooker”

Dec 17th 2020 is the 17th International Day To End Violence Against Sex Workers

Lit On Fire. Left In An Abandoned Building. 

“Anonymous Teenage Hooker” had a face and a name, though we don’t know her id.

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ALL THESE MURDERED WOMEN HAVE FACES AND NAMES AND FAMILIES OR FRIENDS WHO LOVED THEM

ESSEX COUNTY JAIL Khalil Wheeler-Weaver, 20, is under investigation for the slaying of a teenage Philadelphia hooker whose burned body was left inside an abandoned building in Orange, N.J., WNBC-TV reported Wednesday. Sources told the station that law enforcement was actively investigating whether the suspect might be a serial killer.

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/new-jersey-man-accused-murders-suspected-killing-article-1.2918881

Original artwork of Lady Liberty crying courtesy of Zuchman Studios West Philadelphia. D/17 Flyer by Eris Vale Philadelphia. “Say Her Name” poster SWOP-USA.
Memorial candle photograph flyer  also SWOP-USA

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