Sign up here to see what happened On This Dayevery day in your inbox! Eliot Spitzer. Paul, — Emerald Group Publishing Limited. James Infirmary, a peer-run health and safety clinic for sex workers in San Francisco that it founded with the Exotic Dancers Alliance and local public-health authorities.
Heather Lee Miller Historian. They gathered stories and facts about the injustices sex workers faced and launched a public education drive to highlight the racist and sexist biases of prostitution arrests.
Now this is a little coyote-and-roadrunner. For example, Richard Holcomba former sex worker, founded 'Project Weber',  a harm reduction program in ProvidenceRhode Island that offers resources and support to male sex workers living on the streets, including a needle exchange and HIV testing.
James Infirmary, a peer-run health and safety clinic coyote sex workers rights organization in Garland sex workers in San Francisco that it founded with the Exotic Dancers Alliance and local public-health authorities. There were roughly 20 other "sister organizations" founded by Meetings and events were advertised through underground newspapers.
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Retrieved 31 October James founded with Gail Pheterson that year. Providence Journal. Archived from the original on 13 November
Subscribe Now. James testified in the case. Namespaces Article Talk. They abolished mandatory penicillin therapy and multi-day jail quarantines and pressured public defenders to provide better representation for people accused of soliciting and prostitution, misdemeanor offenses.