US PROS Speaks Out at Cages Kill-Freedom Rally in Santa Cruz: Bay View Article

Gallery

This gallery contains 1 photo.

Cages Kill-Freedom Rally in Santa Cruz January 30, 2015 by Courtney Hanson and Willow Katz of Sin Barras, Santa Cruz “Rachel West, US PROStitutes Collective (US PROS), expressed outrage, compassion for the family members and others who’ve lost loved ones, … Continue reading

New Article: “When California Blames Victims” – East Bay Express

Gallery

This gallery contains 1 photo.

When California Blames Victims – By Sam Levin Under a proposed state policy, women who face brutal acts of violence can be denied financial aid due to their involvement in sex work. For nearly fifty years, the California Victim Compensation … Continue reading

Letter to California Victim Compensation Board on New Proposed Regulations: Oct 2014

Gallery

This gallery contains 1 photo.

US PROStitutes Collective P.O. Box 14512, San Francisco, CA 94114 October 27, 2014 To: Victims Compensation and Government Claims Board Re: New proposed regulations We reviewed the new wording on the regulations and have some concerns. We appreciate that the repeal of … Continue reading

Listen to sex workers – we can explain what decriminalisation would mean – Article in UK Guardian

Gallery

This gallery contains 1 photo.

Great victory against criminalizing clients in the UK, from our sisters in the English Collective of Prostitutes. If progress is to be made now an amendment to the modern slavery bill has been defeated, MPs must invite us into the … Continue reading

Powerpoint on Victim Compensation Victories

ppt pres imageA report on the victories so far in California’s Discriminatory Victim Compensation Program, presented to the Commission on the Status of Women during Women’s History Month (March, 2014).

Click below to view:

Power point California Victim Compensation for Rape

Action Alert: Stop Discrimination in Cal Victims Compensation Program!

Gallery

 Dear Friends, Sex workers who are victims of violent crimes other than rape, sexual assault or domestic violence are still not covered under a statute in the California Victim Compensation Program (CalVCP).  We are asking for your support to change … Continue reading