This short video by PJ Starr highlights “Recommendation 86,” one of 200 recommendations the United States received from the Human Rights Council at the United Nations several years ago. Recommendation 86 calls on the Obama administration to “…ensure access to public services paying attention to the special vulnerability of sexual
Orange is the New Black actress taking part in open discussion Tuesday night (Aug 5, 2014) PHOENIX A student and activist convicted under Phoenixs manifesting prostitution ordinance plans to file an appeal, and she is getting support from an Emmy-nominated actress, as well as the American Civil Liberties Union
Great article on Project Rose! Find it at: http://www.bestpracticespolicy.org/2014/05/16/project-rose-faces-growing-controversy/
Attention all workers: Project ROSE happening this week! Police stings and raids Thursday May 15 and Friday May 16! Please stay safe
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The following article was written by Jordan Flaherty, originally for Al Jazeera America. US states initiative that aimed to improve prostitutes lives
We Stand With Monica Jones.
Monica Jones is a trans activist and sex worker rights advocate who lives in Phoenix; she is also a student at ASU who recently gained entrance into the university’s School of Social Work. In May 2013 she was profiled and falsely arrested through a prostitution diversion program called Project Rose.
Monica is fighting for her rights and awaiting trial.
Police violence is the biggest danger faced by sex workers, and Arizona has some of the most harmful and it sex worker laws in the U.S. Trans woman of color are routinely profiled as sex workers by police and then jailed with men.
Join SWOP Phoenix in the fight to free Monica, stop Project ROSE, and end stigma and criminalization of sex work.