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Get In The Know: Head To The Polls!

Why Sex Workers Should Know About The Judges That Serve The Communities Where We Live AND Work: A 2007 Philadelphia case before Judge Teresa Carr Deni involved a 20-year-old prostitute who alleged that she was sexually assaulted by Dominique Gindraw and at least 4...
NACDL’s Webcast: HIV Criminalization Webinar

NACDL’s Webcast: HIV Criminalization Webinar

M Dante sat in on the National Association Of Criminal Defense Attorneys (NACDL) Criminalization Webinar to see how this topic addresses and affects sex workers, and how the Positive Justice Project helps. For more information: NACDL – Home Share this:Click to...
In Philly: The Prison in Twelve Landscapes

In Philly: The Prison in Twelve Landscapes

Billy Penn Philadelphia on Slought: New documentary explores and exposes U.S. mass incarceration New documentary explores and exposes U.S. mass incarceration WHAT In the United States there are more than two million people in prison who exist primarily out of sight....
Justice Makes Us Safer

Justice Makes Us Safer

Congratulations Larry Krasner on winning Philadelphia Office of District Attorney!We look forward to seeing the “culture change” unfold. Listen To Induction Speech:...
Amber Batts on Re/Entry, Women & AK SB 91

Amber Batts on Re/Entry, Women & AK SB 91

Amber Batts is to be paroled November 14, 2017. Amber was charged in Alaska with sex trafficking for managing a consensual adult massage / escort agency. Her blog “How We Rise” offers thoughts on Women, Prison and Re/Entry. Here she is writing op/ed on Alaska Senate...