Transportation Poetry by Janet Fishman, Painting by Philip Zuchman, Image Collage by Ms. Dante, Image of Ms. Dante also by Janet Fishman, at a Salon arranged by Deb Zuchman Philadelphia April 14th 2019
JAN 10 • Thank you so much for your fair and balanced coverage of the 15th Annual IDTEVASW. Since 2012 SWOP and SAFE have strived to stand up and speak out in Philly on issues specific to stigma and gratuitous violence against sex workers. Folks are always amazed at how hard and painful this event is to do, yet in the end how truly blessed we are to be able to come together to do it. Many households in most areas of Greater Philadelphia, if not all of PA, are touched somehow by this issue. Talking about sex work and prostitution is hard. Living in shame and silence is harder. D/17 is not fun, though it is full of love. Truly. We are here because we have been there, and we care. Our voice is their voice. Thank you for covering the memorial. Words cannot even express the gratitude I feel right now. Philly is proving we got LOVE!
Hybrid FOSTA/SESTA Hinders Law Enforcement, Hurts Victims and Speakers | Center for Democracy & Technology
Thursday 9/28 7-9 A community town hall with Larry Krasner at the new Crossroads Center in Germantown. RSVP All are welcome RSVP
According to the PHILADELPHIA DA case records - as of 2014 - the Nordic Model is charging more sex workers than "johns"!
Pennsylvania Senate has already passed Senate Bill 6 (SB ) aka The "Public Assistance Integrity Act (PAIA)" . It is heading to the PA House of Representatives, and we need your help to prevent its passage!
“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.