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Commission on the Status of Women | March 12-23 | NYC
The Black Sex Worker Collective was proud to co-sponsor and moderate at the Commission on the Status of Women panel "Sex Workers Speak: Communications technologies for our global empowerment."
Discussions about the centrality of sex workers’ rights are now at the forefront of many important social movements including feminism and gender justice, racial justice, migrants rights and anti-carceral movements. This panel discussion will consider the access that sex workers have to the media globally, and how information and communications technologies are being used by sex workers for their advancement and empowerment. Panelists will speak about key communications strategies sex workers--especially women of color, from the global South, transgender women and rural women--use and their effects on organizing and access to the corridors of power. Speakers will describe barriers, including the connections between the criminalization of sex work with information technologies and media.