This year, December 17 events took place in 15 US cities, and numerous cities around the world
Fusions on Gambell
12/17 – 18:00
Press conference and candlelight vigil.
Red Umbrella Day + Slut Walk, ABQ
12/17: 6-8:00 pm
Gather for March at PEP Office – 149 Jackson NE, back door.
Memorial: Albuquerque Social Club - 4021 Central NE
Join us as we honor the International Day to End Violence against Sex Workers (aka Red Umbrella Day) for the fifth year in Albuquerque. We’ll meet at the PEP Office at 6pm to collect signs and red umbrellas. From there, we’ll Slut Walk to the Albuquerque Social Club, where we will hold our candle lighting and reading of the names ceremony. Following the ceremony, we will open the floor to all attendees to speak. We have signs and two red umbrellas to share. Please do feel welcome to bring your own signs relating to the ideology of sex work legalization and/or decriminalization; the West Mesa murders; and/or physical, psychological, state-sponsored, and/or institutional violence against sex workers. Please consider bringing a red umbrella and wearing red!
December 17 Community Event
Tue, 11/17 – from 19:00
Ugly Stepsisters Gallery, 1750 S Union Ave, Chicago, IL [Pilsen]
SWOP-Chicago invites sex workers and allies to gather to honor the lives of members in our community who passed away this year, and to build collective power against the many forms of violence we face. The event will feature refreshments, therapeutic group engagement, an interactive altar where attendees can light a candle and leave a personal message, and a projection of the names of the sex workers who have been murdered this year. The event will also feature a structured open mic/speak out portion, in which community members and allies are invited to share a story, performance piece or other expression related to violence experienced by our community.
International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers Memorial
Tue, 11/17 – from 18:00
The Bakery, Market Street between 21st and 22nd, Denver CO 80205
SWOP-Denver invites you to us for the 10th annual International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers and the 4th annual Denver commemoration. The event will begin with and introduction by our MC and include a commemoration of those we have lost in the previous year and a speak-out. We invite you to share your experiences, speak your truth, bring in poetry or music or artwork, etc. SWOP Denver fliers and Bad Date List fliers and reports will also be available.
Las Vegas, Nevada
Sex Worker Day of Remembrance Community Event & March
Sat, 12/14 17:00-21:00
Erotic Heritage Museum, 3275 Industrial Road, Las Vegas, NV 89109
This year, SWOP Las Vegas will honor IDEVASW on Saturday, December 14, 2013 at the Erotic Heritage Museum from 5-9pm. We will start with a candlelight vigil commemoration and speak-out, then proceed with a march on the Strip at 6:30pm. The event is free and open to the public with light refreshments provided.
Los Angeles, CA
Tue, 12/17 16:00-18:00
Plummer Park, 7377 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA
New Orleans, LA
Funeral Procession, Private Gathering
Time: 12/17, 4:00-6:00pm – Second Line; 6:00-8:00pm – Memorial
Second Line begins at Burbon & Canal. Memorial is at AllWays Lounge – 2240 Saint Claude Ave
SWOP-New Orleans plans to honor and remember those we’ve lost with a “Second Line,” an event similar to a traditional New Orleans funeral. A second line (when it’s in the context of a funeral) is a funeral procession, usually from the church to the cemetery, in which the attendants publicly celebrate the life of the deceased. We will march down Bourbon Street, and conclude with a private event for sex workers and allies. Please contact [email protected] for updates and details.
New York, NY
Time: 12/17: From 19:30
Trinity Lutheran Church of Manhattan, 164 West 100th Street
We welcome sex work communities, allies, advocates, friends and family to celebrate the memories of those we have lost, and sharing in the strength and resilience of those involved with or impacted by the sex trade. We take this solemn day every year to come together as a singular voice, and re-commit ourselves in the struggle to fight for the rights and dignity to which all are entitled.
This year we will feature the creation of a living altar, to be created at the vigil. We encourage everyone to bring an item, picture, card, or story which represents a moment of resilience they wish to contribute to the altar or share with the community.
Tue, 12/17 – 6-8:00pm
William Way LGBT Center – 1315 Spruce Street (Community Room)
Vigil in Remembrance/March to End Violence/Community for Safe Spaces IDEVASW
Tue, 12/17 – 6-8:00 pm
Margaret T. Hance Park - 3rd St. and Moreland
Every year, hundreds of sex workers fall victim to violence and death. Many assaults, rapes & murders are never reported because of fear of arrest or stigma. In 2013, 73 sex workers from around the world were murdered. Nearly 25% of murdered prostitutes since 1986 have never been identified. And these are only the deaths that have been reported… December 17th is IDEVASW: the International Day to End Violence against Sex Workers. SWOP Phoenix is joining together with sex workers, allies and sex worker rights organizations from around the world to remember those we have lost to violence, and renew our commitment to the ongoing struggle for visibility, dignity and rights for all sex workers.
We will meet at Margaret T. Hance Park to light candles and read the names of those who have passed in 2013 as well as those who have suffered violence in the state of Arizona. At 6:30, we will gather for a silent march to the ASU School of Social Work, where we will rally against all forms of violence against sex workers, including criminalization programs. After the march, we invite you to join us for a potluck to celebrate our community coming together and creating safe spaces for our local sex workers.
Email [email protected] for more information or to get involved .
Tue, 12/17 – 20:00-22:00
Red and Black Cafe – 400 SE 12th Avenue, Portland, OR
San Francisco, CA
Tue, 12/17 – 6:00-8:00pm
Center for Sex and Culture – 1349 Mission St, San Francisco, CA
12/17 – 6pm – 8pm
Procession from Westlake Park - 401 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101; Email [email protected] to RSVP for location of post-procession gathering.
SWOP-Seattle invites you to join us for our 4th annual International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers vigil and community event. We welcome sex workers, allies, advocates, friends and family to remember and to commemorate lives lost, and to share your experiences or stories. Join us as we affirm our commitment to the struggle for dignity and rights for all sex workers. We will gather in Westlake Park, and then have a public procession through downtown Seattle, ending at a friendly warm location to break bread, drink hot beverages, and share our stories. RSVP required for pre-event costuming, as well as post-event dining. [email protected]
Wine & Cranes Fundraiser and Mindraiser
Sun, 12/15 – 5:00-7:00 pm
Splinter Bros. Warehouse 901 N. 13th Ave.
Every year, we fold a paper crane for each of the sex workers that has been reported as murdered. Come learn to fold cranes, and learn about sex workers rights. Ask questions, get information. We’ll casually discuss the difference between decriminalization and legalization, why the anti-trafficking movement is harming individual sex workers, who a sex worker is, how to be an ally to sex workers, and more in a friendly and welcoming environment. We’ll also have tea tasting for non-drinkers. Donations from this event will go towards SWOP-TUCSON and the Dec 17th event.
IDEVASW: Performance, Procession & Rememberance
Tue, 12/17: 4:30pm – 8:00pm
Jacome Plaza at the Main Library
101 N Stone Ave Tucson Az
Performance Art Die-In & Installation
Stilts, acrobatics, circus performers, and bodies will create a living memorial. Come early to participate in the installation by wearing a white mask (provided) and wearing red.
March from Jacome Plaza to El Tiradito
to at Meyer & Cushing. Wear red, bring red umbrellas, red
candles, and an open heart. We will have bells to toll every 5 seconds for each of this years murdered sex workers.
St. Petersburg, FL
12/17 – 19:00
Genaro Coffee – 1074 Cental Ave, St Petersburg
SWOP Tampa Bay is hosting a vigil, a gathering, a chance to tell your story or hear other stories. We will be offering free coffee, tea, and snacks. If you are a sex worker, adult entertainer, stripper, escort, porn star, cam actor, or anything else, please come help us celebrate this day in healing and remembrance. We extend this invite to sex worker allies, as well! Our work is risky in a society that doesn’t observe our basic human rights. Please RSVP so we can have enough free snacks! 727 280 6778 [email protected]
If you can’t make it, but want to be a part of this local group, please contact us about joining the private Facebook group.
Red Umbrella Drive & Adult-Fun Fundraiser
Tue, 11/17: – Doors at 19:00
The Embassy Night Club – 54 King St E, Hamilton ON
On December 17, Big Susie and The Aids Network CA will hold a red umbrella-drive and adult-oriented fundraiser for outreach programming to target local sex workers.
December 17th is a day to call attention to hate-crimes committed against sex workers around the world and the red umbrella has become an important symbol for Sex Workers Right. Big Susies will be collecting red umbrellas at the event to be distributed to sex workers in the community. The event will also be raising funds to create outreach programming for Big Susie’s, a working group run by and for sex workers in Hamilton and the surrounding areas.
The event, an adult-oriented fun-filled evening, will feature MC Mistress Morgan Thorne, drag performances by The Imperial Court of Hamilton, Wentworth and Tri-Cities, a speech by the founder of Naked Truth Entertainment, a live dungeon, adult toy vendor booths and more. (www.mistressmorganthorne.com).
Manifestation, marche, et action!
Tue, 11/17 – 13:00
From Place du Arts: 175 rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, Montreal, H2X 1Z8
Organized by the Stella REZO: Join us to protest against physical violence and the criminal laws and systemic marginalization that makes us vulnerable to all forms of violence. At this event, we will denounce stigma, the judgment of our own lives, and the difficulty we face and demand access to justice.
Organisée par Les ami(es) de Stella et le programme travailleurs du sexe de RÉZO” Manifestation, marche, et action! Venez nous joindre pour protester contre la violence faite par les aggresseurs et due aux lois criminelles ainsi que la marginalisation systémique qui nous rend vulnérables à toutes formes de violence. On dénonce la stigmatisation, le jugement de nos propres vies, et la difficulté d’accéder à la justice.
12/17: 3:30-4:30pm *Closed group* discussion -open only to current and former sex workers) /4:30-5:30pm Speakers and performances *Open to all*
519 Community Centre, 519 Church St, Ontario
Toronto sex workers and allies, please join us for a vigil December 17th on the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers. Let us gather as a community to honour the memories of those who have lost their lives as a result of the stigmatization of sex work and appreciate those currently navigating the margins of the sex trade—migrants, street based, trans women, Black, Indigenous and people of colour. We will continue to demand an end to the stigmatization and criminalization that condones violence towards sex workers.
Confirmed speakers include Audrey Huntley from No More Silence and Elene Lam, Former Director Zi Teng, Hong Kong/Chinese sex worker rights org. An alter will be created to honour victims of violence and anyone is welcome to contribute to it in a way that is meaningful to their own spirituality. Right before the event, there will be a closed group discussion open only to current and former sex workers to discuss our experiences and if we desire, to develop a message to be delivered at the vigil.
Food and tokens will be provided | Free | wheelchair accessible | Still confirming whether ASL will be available
International Day to End Violence Towards Sex Trade Workers
Sun, 12/15: Doors 19:00 – Event Begins at 20:15
The Cobalt (Bar) – 917 Main Street, Vancouver, BC
Candle light vigil, great performers, partial proceeds will be going to the Naked Truth Entertainment and to the Mobile Access Project. All donations of coats and umbrellas to be distributed on the stroll for Dec 17.
Algonquin Territory, Ottawa, Canada
Tue, 12/17 – 18-20:00
420 Cooper (Centretown CHC) –room 208
Wheelchair accessible Snacks provided.
Free entry; donations kindly accepted.
Jessica Danforth & Alexa Lesperance -The Native Youth Sexual Health Network
Zhaawanongnoodinkwe Colleen Cardinal – Families of Sisters in Spirit
Ariel Smith- community member = Ariel Smith is Nehiyaw (Plains Cree) and Jewish, and really bad at math. She is an award winning filmmaker, video artist, cultural worker and Indigenous feminist. She grew up rough and tough on the streets and in the trade in East Vancouver and Identifies as a survivor of childhood sexual exploitation. Ariel has been creating independent films and videos since 2001. Her works have screened at various festivals and galleries internationally including: Images (Toronto, Ontario), Mix Experimental Film Festival (NYC), Halifax Independent Filmmakers Festival(Halifax, Nova Scotia), Urban Shaman(Winnipeg, Manitoba), WARC Gallery (Toronto, Ontario), Galerie SAW Gallery (Ottawa, Ontario), MAI (Montreal, Québec) Gallery Sans Nom (Moncton, NB), and Cold Creation Gallery (Barcelona, Spain.). Ariel’s film Saviour Complex(2007) was nominated for Best Experimental at the 2008 Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival. Ariel’s Video Swallow (2002) was the winner of the Cynthia Licker Sage Award for Emerging talent at the 2004 ImagineNative Film Festival, and Jury Third prize at the 2003 Media City Festival of Experimental Film and Video.
Ariel dropped out /rose out of school in the 7th grade and is largely self taught as an artist and filmmaker, but also learned her craft by becoming heavily involved in various artist run centers and film/video coops across the country from a young age. Her films are darkly humorous, highly stylized, disturbing, visceral and unapologetically feminist. Ariel’s lived experience as a marginalized woman and as a survivor has greatly informed her practice in terms of form, content and methodology. Ariel also works as the Director of the National Indigenous Media Arts Coalition (NIMAC), which advocates for Indigenous inclusion within the National media arts sector and supports Indigenous media artists through various programming initiatives.
Emily Symon – POWER ::: Prostitutes of Ottawa / Gatineau Work Educate & Resist
*We are deliberately centering the voices, agency, and lived experiences of Indigenous women and two-spirit people in sex work and street economies. First and foremost this event is intended to be a safe(r) space for sex trading/working folks, of all ages, genders, and sex industry backgrounds. This is not a space to discuss the merits or our lives or to save us from ourselves. It is a space to listen, learn, unlearn.* Co-organized by POWER (Prostitutes of Ottawa/Gatineau Work Educate and Resist), Families of Sisters in Spirit (FSIS) and the Native Youth Sexual Health Network (NYSHN), with the support of the AIDS Committee of Ottawa (ACO). *Cover art used with permission of artist Erin Marie
Sault Ste Marie
Red Umbrella Rally
BC legislative building – 501 Belleville St, Victoria, BC V8V 2L8
Tue, 12/17 – 18:00
We respectfully acknowledge that we are gathering on unceded Lkwungen, Wyomilth and WSANEC homelands and pay homage to the many local people whose work in supporting sex workers saves lives. Join sex workers and their family, friends, and supporters in a candlelight march to say violence against sex workers must stop now! Together, we will stand for autonomy, dignity, and the freedom to work in safety with equal access to justice. The event is organized by sex workers and allies as well as by PEERS and the UVSS Women’s Centre. This rally is taking place in Victoria, BC on Lekwungen, WSANEC, and Esquimalt Homelands. Meet at 6pm in front of the Legislative Building and march with us to Aids Vancouver Island at 715 Johnson Street where we will listen to speakers and share a meal. December 17th is the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, also known as the Red Umbrella Day. On this day, we are calling for an end to discriminatory laws, policing, and social attitudes that increase exposure to many forms of violence and prevent sex workers from reporting violence and discrimination. The laws intersect with sexism, racism, and classism to perpetuate social stigma and create a cultural environment in which the violence perpetrated upon sex workers of all genders is seen as different from the violence perpetrated against others. It is urgent that sex workers have access to safe working conditions, legal recourse, health services, and “all human rights and civil liberties” (World Charter for Prostitutes’ Rights). At this vibrant event, we will both honour the lives lost and celebrate our vital movement. The red umbrella is an international symbol of sex workers rights, please WEAR RED and bring your red umbrella to the rally and be a part of the movement! Childcare provided at AVI! For more info: [email protected] or 250-721-8353
Letters of concern are being sent to all Police stations in Bucharest and the Parliament, social media campaign for public (website, facebook, blog), empowerment community campaign – two weeks campaign through outreach services and promotional materials (red scarves with a messages, printed cards on the rights of citizens).
Tue, 12/17- Event Begins at 19:30
The African-Caribbean Centre, 66 Osborne Street, Merchant City, GLASGOW
17th December is International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers. Come mark it with us, from 7.30pm at the African-Caribbean Centre. There will be sex workers and allies with things to say and some short films. And then there will be hanging out, and being a community. This event is accessible and free to attend. Current or former sex workers: wanna attend? Got childcare or travel costs? Fully reimbursed! Contact [email protected] and we’ll sort it out :-) There’s lots more to say. Please join us on the 17th to listen, talk, hang out, think, and remember. This is a joint event put on by Scotland’s two sex worker-led organisations: workers’ collective the Sex Worker Open University (SWOU), and long established charity SCOT-PEP.
Genesis End Violence Against Sex Workers
Genesis, Oxford Chambers, Oxford Place, Leeds, LS1 3AU, UK
12/17 - 12:30 – 13:45, 15:30 – 17:30 & 18:00 – 20:00
Genesis Leeds are holding 3 events on the 17th December to mark the occasion and remember sex working women in Leeds and across the world who have been murdered and attacked. 12:30 – 13:45 Professionals presentation event with speakers Rosie Campbell OBE and Professor Maggie O’Neill. An event for professionals to learn more about the safety work Genesis do, and to call attention to hate crimes against Sex Workers 15:30 – 17:30 Service User session to share safety advice, top tips and to enjoy some coffee and cakes 18:00 – 20:00 An extra outreach session to distribute safety alarms and packs for street working women. Throughout the day, Genesis will be selling raffle tickets and Red Umbrella pin badges to raise money for safety packs and winter woolies
Tue, 12/17- Event Begins at 19:30
University of London Union - Malet Street, WC1E 7HY London
17th December is International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers. There will be open dialogue with sex workers and allies, short films, and an exhibition of art by sex workers from around the world. And then there will be hanging out, and being a community. This event is accessible and free to attend. Current or former sex workers: wanna attend? Got childcare or travel costs? Fully reimbursed! contact [email protected] This is a joint event between University of London and Sex Worker Open University (SWOU)
Tue 12/17 – 19:00
STRASS will be organizing a gathering at Place Pigale beginning at 19:00.
Le 17 décembre est la journée mondiale de lutte contre les violences faites aux travailleurSEs du sexe. A cette occasion, le Syndicat du travail sexuel – STRASS organise un rassemblement à 19h place Pigalle
Prague, Czech Republic
BLISS without RISK March | Pochod 17. prosince – Den za ukončení násilí vůči sexuálním pracovnicím a pracovníkům
Tue 12/17 – 15:00-17:00
March runs from Perlova street & ends in Vrchlického Sady
V úterý 17. prosince se ROZKOŠ bez RIZIKA přidá k celosvětovému Dni za ukončení násilí vůči sexuálním pracovnicím a pracovníkům. Už tradičně uspořádáme v Praze pochod s červenými deštníky, který tentokrát začneme v 15. hodin v dolní části Perlové ulice. Budeme rádi, když akci podpoříte svoji účastí. Červené deštníky a malé baterky na jejich osvětlení s sebou.
Czech nonprofit organization BLISS without RISK organizes a march to raise awareness about violence against sex workers. R-R workers, friends of the R-R, sexworkers etc. walk with red umbrellas and give other people leaflets with true stories about violence on sexworkers in Czech Republic. This year we will start at 15:00 p.m. in the street Perlova.
Tue, 12/17 - 17:15 -21:00
House of Literature - 1700 Kverneland Hall .
Marking violence against sex workers !
17 December marked the International Day against Violence against sex workers at the House of Literature in Oslo. Prostitutes interest group in Norway invites the desk and debate at 1700 Kverneland hall . There will be screening of the film ” Normal ” by filmmaker Nick May . The film shows a wide range of different people and their experience of sex work . The film begins by Fafo researcher May- Len Skilbrei .There will be plenary debate with sex workers Hege Grostad , Nampueng Mills ( Prostitutes interest group ) , Eva Michelson , May- Len Skill Brei and sociologist Synnøve Jahnsen the debate panel. Moderator for the evening is Luca Valley Espseth , trans activist.
Eva Michelsson from the National Association for lesbians gays , bisexuals and transsexuals , introduces about why it is important to focus on transgender people in sex work .
1700 – Welcoming / event commemoration
1845-1930 – Panel 1930-2100
17. desember markeres den internasjonale dagen mot vold mot sexarbeidere på Litteraturhuset i Oslo.
Prostituertes interesseorganisasjon i Norge inviterer til filmvisning og debatt klokken 1700 i Kvernelandsalen.
Det blir visning av filmen “Normal” av filmskaper Nick Mai. Filmen viser et bredt spekter av ulike mennesker og deres erfaring fra sexbransjen. Filmen innledes av FAFO forsker May-Len Skilbrei.
Det blir plenumsdebatt med sexarbeidere Hege Grostad, Nampueng Møller ( Prostituertes interesseorganisasjon), Eva Michelson, May-Len Skillbrei og sosiolog Synnøve Jahnsen i debattpanelet. Ordstyrer for kvelden er Luca Dalen Espseth, transaktivist.
Eva Michelsson fra Landsforeningen for lesbiske homofile, bifile og transpersoner, innleder om hvorfor det er viktig med fokus på transpersoner i sexbransjen.
Program for kvelden: 1700 – Ønske velkommen/ event minnemarkering/minnord
> 1715 May-Len presenterer film
> 1730 –1815 Visning av Normal
> 1815-1845 Pause
> 18:45 – 19:30 Panel > 19.30 – 21:00 Plenumsdebatt
Tue, 12/17: 17-21:00
Tue, 12/17: 17-21:00
The NGO Freedom Rights is organizing a panel discussion and cocktail hour. Music by Grof.K.T.I. & Illillillill. Panel members include: Alexander Hajdari-rights NGO Freedom, Ph.D. Victoria defenseless-NGO JAZAS, Ivan Radovic ASTRA and Marianne Jonker-SOAIDS-Netherlands
17. decembar je Medjunarodni dan borbe protiv nasilja nad seks radnicima/cama. Povodom toga, 17. decembra 2013, od 17 do 21h, NVO Sloboda Prava organizuje panel diskusiju i koktel. Muzička pratnja: Grof.K.T.I. & Illillillill. Na panel diskusiji će govoriti: Aleksandar Hajdari- NVO Sloboda Prava, Prof.dr. Viktorija Cucić- NVO JAZAS, Ivana Radović NVO ASTRA i Marianne Jonker- SOAIDS-Netherlands
Social media campaign, outreach services including distribution of Christmas gifts and small calendars with 3 different messages related to ending the violence and sex workers rights, press release based on a “sex workers testimony” and media interviews exposing the rape of sex workers as increasing phenomenon in the last period.
December 17 Commemoration. For more information, contact [email protected]
A press meeting in Ankara and a press release to inform the media and the public regarding the level of violence sex workers experience in Turkey. Producing and distributing of community videos to raise awareness and visibility on the issues of violence. Contact:[email protected]
Event Organizer Website
An empowerment community workshop and public action with candles, red umbrellas and promotional materials in the walking areas of Budapest.
December 17-e a szexmunkások ellen elkövetett erőszak visszaszorításának a világnapja. Munkatársunk, Bella üzenetét a szexmunkás kollégáknak mai találkozónkon rögzítettük, melyen különböző hátterű és színtereken dolgozó szexmunkásokkal gondolkoztunk arról, hogyan lehet csökkenteni a szexmunkások elleni erőszakot és bevonni a szexmunkásokat az őket érintő kérdések megvitatásába. Az eseményt a Norvég Civil Alap támogatásával valósítottuk meg.
Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, 17 December, in International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, Tais Plus and Shah-Aiym Network with support of AFEW and Robert Carr Fund organize Round Table “Legal regulation of sex work and law enforcement practices towards sex workers in Kyrgyzstan”
The purpose of the round table is an open dialogue on the legislation and practices related to sex workers in Kyrgyzstan. Participants are Ministry of Internal Affairs , Ministry of Health , international organizations, human rights activists, Ombudsman Office and and non-governmental organizations supporting sex workers.
We hope this round table will give a chance openly discussing the activity of the new police department on morality recently established in Bishkek , as well as to get clarification whether there is a actual initiative on developing a new bill which will consider administrative penalty for both sex workers and for clients.
This year for December 17, APNSW are supporting AMA who are holding the first International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers in Yangon, Myanmar.
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Monday, December 17, 2012
Australia, Victoria, Melbourne, St.Kilda:
March thru the streets, 3PM-5PM December 17th, Meet at RhED
10 Inkerman Street, St Kilda 3182 Flyer Available here.
Canada, ON, Ottawa:
5PM @ Human Rights Monument (Elgin & Lisgar). Facebook event here.
Canada, BC, Vancouver:
Prophouse Cafe, 1636 Venables Stree, 8PM-10PM. Candle Light Vigil Followed by a Series of Performances and Entertainment. $5 cover charge, more info @ www.nakedtruth.ca Donations of Coats, Gloves & Umbrellas will be accepted for the Mobile Access Project Van, to distribute to street-based sex workers.
Canada, ON, Toronto:
Featuring Spirit Wind Women’s Hand Drum Group.
Where: 519 Community Centre (519 Church St)
Time: 7 pmMore info.
United Kingdon, Scotland, Glasgow:
FILM (short films x2)
TALKS from sex workers and from academics
TALK hang out with your awesome friends; make new awesome friends
MUSIC late night djs. Facebook Event
California, Los Angeles:
Plummer Park (Look for Red Umbrellas) 7377 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90046. 4-6PM There is a Southwest Convergence December 15th and 16th more info @ http://ilovelasexworkers.wix.com/i-love-la
California, San Francsico:
The Center for Sex and Culture, at 1349 Mission St, from 5pm to 7pm.
2132 Market Street, Denver, CO 7PM. Facebook event here.
7:30-9:30PM ARTango Center Chicago (4203 Ravenswood Ave, Chicago) More info here.
Lousiana, New Orleans:
Monday, December 17 2012 7pm-9pm
at the Mudlark Public Theater – 1200 Port St
in New Orleans
his will be a candlelight vigil and open mic speak out so bring yourself, bring a friend, bring solidarity, and please bring any words/music/dance you’d like to share as part of the speak out, as well as an item of veneration to add to our community altar. Refreshments by donation. Snacks provided.
New Mexico, Albuquerque:
New York, New York City:
In Cleveland, we will have a vigil and speak out on Monday, 12/17/12 6-9PM at Pilgrim United Church of Christ, 2592 W. 14th Street, Cleveland, OH 44113. For more information, please contact Vanessa at [email protected].
Dec. 17th, 7-9pm
@ Red & Black Cafe 400 SE 12th Ave, Portland, OR
Join SWOC (http://pdxswoc.net/) and SWOP PDX for a community gathering to honor sex workers lost to violence in the past year and unite in solidarity to end violence and stigma against sex workers in Portland and beyond. There will be a candlelight vigil, spoken word readings by community members, open mic/speak out, and hygiene drive. We welcome pieces and performances by current and former industry workers.