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Sex Workers Outreach Project USA

Welcome to the new and improved SWOP-USA website! We’re going through many changes as an organization and a digital overhaul is part of that. You’ll find an entirely new resource section, our Chapter Hub site has moved here, and we’ll also be producing significantly more resource sheets in the coming months.

Sex Workers Outreach Project-USA is a national social justice network dedicated to the fundamental human rights of people involved in the sex trade and their communities, focusing on ending violence and stigma through education and advocacy.

We’re coming up on this. Any other orgs, organizers or activists who want to add names to the December 17 list?

It’s a tough time right now and December 17th is coming up fast. If you are a sex worker and need to get support or talk things through, please call the Community Support Line (sponsored by @swopbehindbars) at 877-776-2004. We also have a support chat at http://swopbehindbars.org

We know that violence does not happen in a vacuum or out of the blue. In the lead up to December 17, RHJ and the @UJCSexWorkers, in collaboration with a range of other organizations will be highlighting some of the drivers that make sex workers vulnerable to violence.

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