Iffy Books | 319 N. 11th St. #2I, PHL
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What can sex workers’ labor organizing teach the contemporary labor movement? Join Kim Kelly (author of Fight Like Hell: The Untold History of American Labor) for a reading and a panel of Project SAFE participants for a discussion about the intersections of sex workers’ labor struggles and the broader labor movement in the United States. Sex workers have organized for workplace protections in strip clubs, against dangerous online regulations, to share information about bad dates, to help each other with rent and bills, and more.
Project SAFE is a grassroots, direct-service, and peer-based harm reduction organization. We organize with and provide women- and queer-centered services with a focus on community members living and working in the street economies in Kensington.
When: Oct. 30, 1:00–2:30pm
Where: Iffy Books / 319 N. 11th St. 3E, PHL
Cost: $10–$30 sliding scale at the door; all proceeds benefit Project SAFE
Accessibility: This event will be hybrid (email firstname.lastname@example.org for details). The space is accessible by public transit. There will be two bathrooms available, one of which is wheelchair accessible.
The building has five steps leading from the street level to the first floor landing where the elevator is located. The elevator’s entryway is 29 inches wide. To arrange assistance or a ramp, send an email to email@example.com