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Margo St. James, the sex workers’ ‘Joan of Arc,’ dies at 83 — Read on http://www.google.com/amp/s/www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/amp/Margo-St-James-the-sex-workers-Joan-of-15868822.php
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.Paralegal and Accounting Scholarships for incarcerated Sex Workers will be distributed on December 17, 2020 We have distributed more than 60 scholarships since 2016 and ALL of our scholarship recipients have completed their courses successfully. This year we will be granting advanced scholarships for 10 of our previous recipients so they can continue their educational … Continue reading SWOP Behind Bars
Sex Workers Recognised As 'Women At Work': National Human Rights Commission by palak agrawal : The commission issued an 11-page advisory titled 'Human Rights Advisory on rights of Women Context of COVID-19', listing the recommendations for sex workers under the women at work section.
Special thanks to legal intern Ross Ufberg, who was lead author of this post.A group of organizations and individuals are continuing their fight to overturn the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act, known as FOSTA, arguing that the law violates the Constitution. — Read on http://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/09/plaintiffs-continue-effort-overturn-fosta-one-broadest-internet-censorship-laws A group of organizations and … Continue reading Plaintiffs Continue Effort to Overturn FOSTA, One of the Broadest Internet Censorship Laws | Electronic Frontier Foundation
As attorney general, Harris was also active in leading the charge against Backpage.com, a website that hosted classifieds ads and was used by many escorts — and, according to sex workers, a platform that was used as a resource for vetting clients and keeping themselves safe. In 2016, she filed numerous charges against the owners of the site, including money laundering, pimping, and conspiracy to commit pimping. Her argument was that it was a hub for sex trafficking, with some of the victims being children, even though the site was far more often used by escorts doing consensual sex work.
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The EARN IT Act, which the Senate could advance tomorrow, is dangerous. — Read on http://www.advocate.com/commentary/2020/7/01/vulnerable-lgbtq-sex-workers-targeted-again-politicians Jared Trujillo is president of the Association of Legal Aid Attorneys.