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Webinar, May 10: Stories From the Ground -- Innovations, Collaborations and Victories in Defending the Rights of Sex Workers

April 30, 2012

Webinar: Stories from the Ground -- Innovations, Collaborations and Victories in Defending the Rights of Sex Workers

Join the HIV PJA Mass Imprisonment & Criminalization Work Group Thursday, May 10 at 3:30 p.m. ET for a community webinar with advocates nationwide sharing their on-the-ground stories of efforts to defend the rights of sex workers within the United States.

Click here to register.

The diverse panel of advocates from across the country will share local stories, challenges, and successful strategies in defending sex worker rights, fighting condom criminalization and addressing stigma among law enforcement. Our panel includes:

  • Lynly Egyes -- Sex Worker's Project, New York
  • Lyndel Urbano -- Gay Men's Health Crisis, New York
  • Robert Childs -- North Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition, North Carolina
  • Darby Hickey -- Best Practices Policy Project, Washington, D.C.
  • Deon Haywood -- Women With a Vision, New Orleans, Louisiana

Each panelist will share their story and answer YOUR questions. Click here to register.

Join us and learn from our allies about how the HIV prevention justice movement can better defend & promote the rights of sex workers, and fight the injustice & culture of criminalization in the U.S. Register for the webinar now!



  
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This article was provided by HIV Prevention Justice Alliance. Visit HIV Prevention Justice Alliance's website to find out more about their activities and publications.
 
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