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In memory of Yang Song: On the second anniversary of her tragic death held a vigil, on 40th Rd in Flushing, to commemorate the life of Yang Song and demand an end to police raids and rights for all sex workers. // NYC // 11.30.19
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thot leader podcast Feb14 Mar 11
Replying to @sxnoir
As always I protest peacefully. Several women felt the need to physically attempt to block me and my message. Thankfully I stand tall with the support of my community If your feminism does not include sex workers, it ain’t feminism
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SWOP Tampa Bay Feb 25
Do you know what your rights are???? Come find out! March 3rd 2-5pm. International Sex Worker Rights Day! Please contact us for location.
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NAWS_CQ Nov 30
Today we’re in Flushing to honor Song Yang, a migrant massage worker who died during an NYPD vice raid. Song Yang should still here! We send love & solidarity to her family, friends, & coworkers. We continue to fight for a world where survival isn’t criminalized.
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Jessica Peñaranda Feb 24
A.Word. Exhausting for those of us who actually work with and support survivors.
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Red Menace Feb 25
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Ron T. Kim Nov 20
Yes, , we need to rethink the war on terror & stop spending 50% of federal income taxes on military spending. And while we are at it, we also need to rethink how we truly end trafficking. Our migrant and sex workers need
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subtletitty Mar 29
Greeted by a sea of cops inside a community meeting
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jules Feb 25
Here in Foley Square today for the launch w/clear demands: Decriminalize, Decarcerate, and Destigmatize sex work
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Tia Keenan Apr 11
This piece by is so great in a number of ways, including in its basic explanation of some of the structures in China and the world that drive Chinese workers toward migration. And its defiant, no BS tone is *chefs kiss*
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Kara Feb 22
Today on Canada's Human Trafficking Awareness Day, releases our response to the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights' human trafficking recommendations.
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Support Ho(s)e Feb 25
Today was a beautiful day in NYC! launched! We’re so proud to be among the ranks of those fighting to Decriminalize, Decarcerate, Destigmatize all sex work/trade in NY! All power to sex workers! Defund and abolish police!
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PACE Society Mar 11
Some women "enter the industry—and endure harsh labor conditions—bc it's one of the few jobs available to a recent immigrant. Police raids only result in criminalizing these women and further restricting their opportunities."
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The Las Vegas Sex Worker Collective Apr 25
Big THANK YOU everyone who came out today to learn about sex workers rights and becoming a better ally!! And THANK YOU to UNLV & Nevada Youth Activist Alliance for providing us this vital space for political education
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Winn Periyasamy, MPH (She/Her) Nov 29
Sad I'm not in town for this & forever grateful to learn from & support the community who, in Song Yang's memory, fights for migrant sex workers, informal sector workers, & for . Join in honoring our neighbor.
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Gabrielle Monroe 🎈9/13🎈 Apr 12
Here let me correct this for ya ... Providing men with FREE sex caters to male entitlement and feeds toxic masculinity.
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Mel For Progress🌹🇵🇭🇵🇷 Nov 30
I believe that is justice for all of us. Until we all have rights that respect our human dignity, none of us are free. All people, and all workers, have value. Thank you for holding this vital space, today and everyday.
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🎀NYC RACHEL ✡️ NYC Nov 30
Rest in Power Yang Song Today is the second anniversary of Yang Song’s death. Today we are holding space and uplifting her memory (see below for details 3pm Flushing) while we continue to fight for and the full decriminalization of sex work. Rest in Power 💔
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Survived & Punished NY Nov 20
Please save the date 11/30 and show up to hold space with as community uplifts the memory of and continues the fight against criminalization of massage and sex working migrant people.
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Aleda Gagarin Nov 30
Thank you, for holding , and for all of the work you do organizing and educating. I have learned so much through your work, and am forever grateful. Solidarity forever.
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