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The Impact of Prostitution on Women

December 2019
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A conversation with Diane Redsky (Mama wi chi ita), Cherie Jimenez (Eva Centre), Alisa Bernard (Organization for Prostitution Survivors), Trisha Baptie (Formerly Exploited Voices Now Educating), Suzanne Jay (Asian Women for Equality), Natalie Basmadjian & Diane Matte (La CLES).

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