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Sex Worker Rights Advocacy Day at Columbia University, THIS Monday

April 1, 2010

Want to promote the rights of individuals in the sex industry? Interested in advocating for policy change?

Please join the Sex Workers Project for an information and phone session to help pass two bills that would improve the lives of sex workers and victims of trafficking in New York State.

Right now, police confiscate condoms as “evidence” from sex workers and people they profile as sex workers. Help promote the health of sex workers by stopping this practice!
Right now, victims of trafficking are often arrested and convicted of prostitution, which makes it harder to get a job or immigration status. Help us give them the option of clearing their record!

Special Guest Speaker: Sienna Baskin, Staff Attorney of the Sex Workers Project / Urban Justice Center.

Refreshments will be served!

Monday, April 5, 3-5pm
The Diana Center (The Nexus)
Barnard College
Room 203 

Brought to you by Columbia’s Sexuality & Gender Law Clinic and the Urban Justice Center.

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