Join Penelope Saunders (BPPP), Monica Jones (the Outlaw Project), NJRUA, the Black Sex Worker Collective, and Cris Sardina (Desiree Alliance) to learn about what recommendations our communities would like to see made by the international community when the US is held accountable by the United Nations later on this year.
2020 Pride Screening of No Human Involved
Eventbrite - PJ Starr presents Pride Screening of No Human Involved (with Q and A) - Sunday, June 28, 2020 - Find event and ticket information. — Read on http://www.eventbrite.com/e/pride-screening-of-no-human-involved-with-q-and-a-tickets-109907811222 More about the film: In 2009 after she was sentenced to more than two years of imprisonment for solicitation of prostitution, Marcia Powell was locked … Continue reading 2020 Pride Screening of No Human Involved
Dividing Sides Of Sex Work Representation
All set to attend a decriminalization panel in Manhattan I was -- indirectly -- asked not to attend the event hosted by Best Practices Policy, New Jersey Red Umbrella Alliance, and Black Coalition of Sex Workers for the U.N. Commission on the Status Of Women. This is now the third year I have been banned from what is supposed to be an open forum. I believe the best thing to realize is that our goals as sex workers and sex trade survivors as have similar language and meaning though are not shared or inclusive to each other when we are from different cultures. The U.N. seems the place to being us together. Realistically - Perhaps we are not stronger together.
Art For Social Justice: Street Workers On View
The Sanctuary dome will be part of a temporary installation about Philadelphia Sex Workers, and the violence they face. Assembled at The Philadelphia Museum of Art beginning Sept. 9. More information at: https://www.thefix.com/sex-workers-and-drug-users-speak-out-philadelphia
Congratulations Project SAFE On The Positive PW Press
“We want to reach out and connect with people on their terms,” said Project SAFE volunteer Jeanette Bowles, 35, a social worker who just earned her doctorate from Drexel University’s Dornsife School of Public Health.
SWOP Behind Bars Will Be At “Beyond The Walls”
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
NJRUA: Revisiting A Discussion On Parenting & Prostitution
Stigma and social marginalization of sex workers will continue to give systems of power justification to use other laws to further harass and take advantage of a disenfranchised community. Discrimination in all its forms must be addressed for the full empowerment of the community.
2016 Sex Work Year in Review 2016
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.
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