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International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers

Presented by Sex Workers Outeach Project Sacramento at SANE, Sacramento CA

Dec 17 2019
International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers

The Sex Workers Outeach Project, Sacramento presents this potluck dinner, march, and vigil to remember the loved ones lost.

This year has been an extremely deadly year for both sex workers and trafficking victims. With the loss of resources there has been an uptick in violence and and increase in the marginalization of POC and Trans populations. Sex Workers, allies, and advocates will come together to make sure those who are no longer with us aren't forgotten. Light a candle, sing a song, or

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Each year on December 17th we gather worldwide to mourn those we lost this year and in their honor, renew our commitment to the ongoing struggle for empowerment, visibility, and rights of all sex workers.

We also renew our commitment to solidarity. The majority of violence against sex workers is not just violence against sex works—it’s also violence against transwomen, against women of color, against drug users, against immigrants. We cannot end the marginalization and victimization of all sex workers without also fighting trans-phobia, racism, stigma and criminalization of drug use, and xenophobia.

Join us this December 17th. You are invited to bring a red umbrella, a story about a loved one in the sex trade that is no longer with us, something for the pot luck, or simply come as you are and enjoy a hot meal and good company as we stand together in honor of those no longer with us.

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.



4433 Florin Rd., Suite 890, Sacramento, CA 95823


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