(New York, NY)— A grant from the Woodhull Freedom Foundation will support a new study on the effects of “de-platforming” adult sex workers in the U.S. conducted by Professor Samantha Majic of John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Melissa Ditmore, a student at the CUNY School of Public Health & Health Policy and Graduate Center alum. Results in 2023.
2022 IDTEVASW C O Y O T E
2022 US memorial. The updated list is on this link, along with the event flyer. Folks can use the QR code to join us this Saturday, Dec 17th from 7 to 10 pm EST.https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LOm3Lut-IRSGhEaxcm4XqtRAyyAsY8FIMgLhvEA6CKI/edit
2022 Rickie Morgan’s Killer in Custody
Man charged in 2016 murder of Rickie Jolene Morgan: police - CBS Philadelphia
2022 We Remember Ally & Author: Lael Morgan
Lael Morgan, historian and author of Good Time Girls of the Alaska-Yukon Gold Rush dies at 86. Friend and mentor to The ESPLER Project, ESPU, CUSP, Workers/Survivors and many others organizations and individuals.
2022 We Remember Artist & Activist: The Scarlot Harlot
Rest in Power: Carol Leigh The Scarlot Harlot
Dec 17th #IDTEVASW 2022 US Prostitutes Collective
US Pros SF December 17th on December 10th 2:00 PM - 3:30 Pacific Time
2022 SWP Fact Sheet
• Sex workers are particularly vulnerable to sexual violence at work. Sex workers of color, migrant sex workers, transgender sex workers experience even greater risk of sexual violence and assault. • There are very limited options to report the violence, and sex workers are reluctant to go to the police because of potential arrest or further assault. • According to a systematic review of research, globally, sex workers have a 45% to 75% chance of experiencing sexual violence on the job.
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