2018 Event Locations

December 17 Events aim to raise outrage at violence against sex workers and strengthen sex worker communities and responses to the systematic, daily violence and exclusion sex workers experience.

To submit your event for 2018, please click here.

United States

Baltimore, MD
12/17/2018
6 pm – 8:30 pm
More information and RSVP on FB and Eventbrite here

Boston, MA
12/17/2018
7 pm
One Schroeder Plaza

Chicago, IL
12/17/2018
More info TBA

Honolulu, HI
12/17/2018
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Los Angeles, CA
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Louisville, KY
12/17/2018
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Milwaukee, WI
12/17/2018
1pm – 5 pm
More information here

New Haven, CT
12/17/2018
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New Orleans, LA
12/11 – 12/14
Women with a Vision
More info here

New York, NY
12/17/2018
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Orlando, FL
12/17/2018
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
More information here

Pittsburgh, PA
12/17/2018
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Philadelphia, PA
12/17/2018
12 pm -4 pm
&
7 pm – 9 pm
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Sacramento, CA
12/17/2018
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Seattle, WA
12/17/2018
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Tampa, FL
12/17/2018
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Tucson, AZ
12/17/2018
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Czech Republic

Brno
12/17/2018
2 pm
Bajkazyl Brno
Press conference for journalists on current topics and statistics in sexbusiness
A symbolic March with red umbrellas
A pious act for a dead sexual worker, educational happening, free HIV rapid testing

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Fizi
Memorial Walk on December 17th 2018
This warm walk will start from KATANGA towards MULONGWE and returns to MALINDE the place that will take the ceremony of the event where all the speeches, testimonies, the different games and dances will be presented denouncing the abuses, and violence.

France

Paris
12/17/2018
19 Rue des Capucins, 69001 Lyon, France
Press conference at 15 h march to the city hall 16h30 protest in front of the city 17h free drink at the center Lgbt 18 h

Ghana

Accra
12/17/2018
8:30 pm
James Town Lighthouse

Zambia

Chibolya, Lusaka
12/17/2018
8 pm
Winka Lodge
Community Empowerment Workshop
Rights-based health access and health services and anti discrimination against sex workers.