A Conversation with Sex Workers Outreach Project Baltimore

How have we been socialized to look at sex and work? How does this perspective influence policy and how individuals are treated on a macro and micro level? These are a few questions that will be touched upon during this course and how advocates are leading the charge to offer inclusive harm reduction services, continue the struggle against sex worker discrimination and the fight towards decriminalizing sex work on a community and state level.

Location
Maryland Institute College of Art
Instructor
Gassoh Goba
Part of
July Workshops
Sessions
Friday, July 28, 2017 6:00 - 7:30 PM
 
 

How have we been socialized to look at sex and work? How does this perspective influence policy and how individuals are treated on a macro and micro level? What are the parallels between different intersections of identity and occurrences of homelessness or incarceration? How do the aforementioned questions affect sex workers here in baltimore city?

These are a few questions that will be touched upon during this course and how advocates are leading the charge to offer inclusive harm reduction services, continue the struggle against sex worker discrimination and the fight towards decriminalizing sex work on a community and state level.