Through panels, presentations, and interactive workshops, the Summit explores innovative approaches to the health and reentry challenges facing our communities, brings relevant policy issues to the forefront, and provides attendees with the opportunity to become involved in local and national advocacy work. With a focus on community led responses to the crisis in the criminal justice system, workshops reflect the needs of prisoners and former prisoners and will highlight the work being done to improve conditions inside the prison walls and in the communities to which prisoners are returning. Registration Required for 6/28/2017
Krasner for DA Endorsement Issued by Global Women's Strike and Women of Color GWS, with Payday men's network, Erotic Services Providers Union (ESPU), and mothers of prisoners & human rights campaigners.
Who would think it appropriate to send cops to hotels, motels, restaurants, and farms - arrest workers who might be victims, seize their earnings, and threaten them with incarceration if they do not accept the 'help' that is offered to them? ISWFACE: http://www.policeprostitutionandpolitics.com
LEAD reinforces the logic that people who are trading sex or using drugs need intervention from law enforcement. Do we? Lindsay Roth speaks to Tits & Sass about Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion. http://titsandsass.com/diversion-programs-are-for-cops/ Poster c (2016) ISWFACE
A Pa prostitute details stepping back into the industry amidst unexpectedly intense and changing legal and legislative crossfire. Her Year in Review explores the issues of being a victim/Survivor/WORKER.