sex KiKi is having an event at the Museum of Contemporary Art on October 3rd! There will be an open forum about how sex(uality) is a form of resistance and the event will be curated by Felicia Holman.
For more information check out the Facebook event page here and hope to see you there!
SWOP legal clinic offers free legal support for sex workers, trans individuals, and people experiencing unstable housing!
Drop by our legal clinic this Wednesday, 5pm-8pm at 405 W Superior.
Contact us to complete an intake form at www.calachicago.org/swopclinic/or call at 312-999-0056
Join SWOP Chicago in supporting Sophie, a fellow activist for sex worker and trans rights. Sophie was charged at Slutwalk Chicago for resisting arrest and endured transphobic treatment at the time of arrest and while in police custody. Sophie needs our support! We’ll be meeting at the courthouse on Belmont and Western at 9 am tomorrow. If anyone needs transportation, please contact Sam at 630.577.7091.
Click here for the Facebook event page.
Interested in helping out with street outreach? SWOP provides outreach in East Grafield Park every Thursday night. We provide free condoms, HIV testing, toiletries, snacks, and legal resources. We’re accepting donations of toiletries at Early to Bed, 4055 N Clark St., and can pick up gently used clothes.
For more information, email Sam, outreach coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us for our general meeting on Wednesday, September 13th at 7pm at 405 West Superior, 7th floor, to learn about how you can get involved with SWOP Chicago!
Do you have experience in grant writing or an interest in learning? SWOP Chicago offers a 20% commission! We depend on grants to sustain and expand the outreach and support we provide to sex workers in Chicago.
We’re hosting a grant writing meeting to discuss how you can get involved. Join us on September 13th at 6pm (right before our general meeting at 7pm) at 405 West Superior, Chicago IL 60654. Questions? Email us at email@example.com
A survey is being conducted to help draft policy recommendation that promote the health and safety of US sex workers by sex worker rights-led organizations. It will also help identify what barriers sex workers face in accessing services, protecting their sexual health and reporting violence.
This research is being conducted in collaboration with Coyote Rhode Island (RI), Desiree Alliance, Swop Behind Bars, and Brown University. This is an anonymous online survey and will take approximately 30 to 45 minutes complete.
For more information and to take the survey, please click here.