Sex Worker Rights Groups have told the United Nations how the U.S. violates human rights: now the world is watching
Vermont H 568 / 569 2020
175th District State Representative Mike O’Brien on #EqualPayPA
Former Senior Deputy Attorney General Pearl Kim is considering a run to replace retiring Congressman Pat Meehan in the 7th Congressional district on the Republican ticket. “I am interested in effectuating change in Washington, and I was able to that on the Pennsylvania level and hope to do the same thing on the federal level,” Kim said.
As a prosecutor, Kim sees an important role in the #MeToo movement in society. Written by Paul Engelkemier, Managing Editor Politics PA
Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner Inauguration: Today we start the long road towards empowering and protecting some of our most vulnerable witnesses and survivors: immigrants that lack legal status so that they like other vulnerable groups - young people, elderly people, sex workers - can participate in the criminal justice system that is
there to protect them. Today we trade fear for sanctuary.
Saturday August 5, 10am-5pm
Rummage Sale to benefit the new Crossroads Women's Center 5011 Wayne Ave., Phila 19144
(between Manheim and Seymour in Germantown) firstname.lastname@example.org
"Erotic Service Providers Union (ESPU) Endorses Krasner for District Attorney As We Fight Towards Gaining Support Against Poverty, Violence and Punitive Abuses."
Krasner on Sex Work: Enforcement against sex workers has only exposed them to murder, assault including sexual assault, victimization and disease.
Democracy for America chair Jim Dean told PW that the organization’s local affiliated group Philly for Change has “a strong track record of electing progressive candidates who are committed to battling income inequality and structural racism.” We’ll be mobilizing that grassroots support to elect Larry Krasner as Philadelphia’s next District Attorney.” Mums still the word on rumors that billionaire George Soros and his political war chest will come to Krasner’s aid in time for the May 16 primary.
Today is Equal Pay Day, the day that marks how far into this year full-time working women must head into work – in addition to last year – in order to earn what their male counterparts earned last year. Here are the real and sad statistics surrounding the persistent wage gap that plagues working women across the nation. Pa Representative Mike O'Brian writing on U.S. gender based wage discrepancies.