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WINGS #39-14: Feminist Lens Chicago

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Length: 28:58 minutes (39.79 MB)

Sex workers’ groups speak out against police harassment, urge Parliament to go different way

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Big Susie's, Sex Professionals of Canada, Sex Workers Action Group Kingston, Stepping Stone, Maggie's: The Toronto Sex Workers Action Group and Stella join fellow sex workers' organizations in condemning recent police activities that use deception and intimidation to investigate trafficking and exploitation, driving the sex trade further underground and away from safety. Three hundred and thirty three sex workers across the country were targeted.

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