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.
COYOTE RI: An open letter to Senator Whitehouse on upcoming EARN IT Act vote – Uprise RI — Read on upriseri.com/2020-06-30-coyote-ri/ COYOTE RI: An open letter to Senator Whitehouse on upcoming EARN IT Act vote By COYOTE RI June 30, 2020 “Your office was not willing to review any of the evidence based research regarding … Continue reading COYOTE RI: An open letter to Senator Whitehouse on upcoming EARN IT Act vote – Uprise RI
The relationship between sex workers and the South African Police Service has always been strained, with both male and female workers levelling allegations of discrimination and harassment against law enforcers. But sex workers say intensified policing during the nationwide lockdown has made matters far worse. As violence erupted in the United States over the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officers, news broke of the death of a sex worker in police custody in Mowbray, Cape Town. - Sarah Smit
Please join US PROS and others for a digital panel on Sex Workers and COVID-19 sponsored by the Tenderloin Museum. You’ll need to register first (see link below). TLM Online Presents: Sex Workers and the COVID-19 Crisis Wednesday, April 29, 2020 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Google Calendar ICS As with many industries, San Francisco's shelter-in-place order decimated the … Continue reading TLM Online Presents: Sex Workers and the COVID-19 Crisis
Good afternoon! I am pleased to let yall know we have so far disbursed $48,124 to DC Based Black, Brown, Indigenous, Trans sex workers in need. In the next day or so I will upload a new graphic displaying the breakdown. We have gotten over 336 requests and have fullfilled more 209 of them thus … Continue reading HIPS Fundraiser by Emmelia Ruiz Talarico : COVID19 Response Fund for sex workers in DC area
The Coronavirus is a Disaster for Sex Workers – April 24, 2020 PRESS RELEASE The Coronavirus is a Disaster for Sex Workers – We Need Resources! Contact: US PROStitutes Collective email@example.com Thousands of families in the US rely on the income from sex work to survive and have been thrown into a crisis by the coronavirus.
The entire HIPS team has been working around the clock to roll out new ways to keep our essential, life saving services going.
A shutdown to contain the coronavirus has killed Thailand's party scene and forced sex workers like Pim out of bars and onto desolate streets. She's scared — Read on http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2020/04/05/asia-pacific/scared-desperate-thai-sex-workers-forced-street/
March 3rd International Sex Worker Rights Day