(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 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
Man charged in 2016 murder of Rickie Jolene Morgan: police - CBS Philadelphia
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.
Rest in Power: Carol Leigh The Scarlot Harlot
US Pros SF December 17th on December 10th 2:00 PM - 3:30 Pacific Time
• 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.