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Schedule

Please see each track for presenters list: Academic & Policy, Activism, Art, Entertainment, and Media, Business Development, and Harm Reduction and Outreach.

The schedule below is for a guideline only and is subject to change. Be sure to check back often for updates.

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SundayJuly 25th
MondayJuly 26th
TuesdayJuly 27th
WednesdayJuly 28th
ThursdayJuly29th
Friday July30th

     
 

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Sunday July 25th:   Welcome!

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10:00am-5:00pm Leadership Development Project TBA
3:00pm-7:30pm Conference Registration Reception Area
 

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6:00pm-10:00pm Cocktails and Meet-n-Greet T
     
 
 

Monday July 26th 

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7:30am-9:00am Morning Yoga with Danielle dv8 FC&D
10:00am-11:00am Breakfast FC&D
10:00am-10:15am Good Morning and announcements FC&D
10:15am-11:00am Welcome Keynote Speaker: Dr. Joycelyn Elders, former U.S. Surgeon General FC&D
11:00am-12:30pm Anita Tijerina Revilla, PhD and Surgeon: Anti-Racism/Anti-Oppression Workshop FC&D
12:30pm-1:45pm Lunch Self-catering
1:45pm-3:00pm Anita Tijerina Revilla, PhD and Surgeon: Anti-Racism/Anti-Oppression Workshop Cont. FC&D
3:00pm-4:30pm Breakout Sessions  
  Track A 3:00-3:30 Crystal Jackson and Elizabeth Nanas: Academic Roundtable Welcome FB
3:30-4:30 Emily van der Meulen, Elya Maria Durisin, Jessica Yee, and Kathryn Payne (Maggie’s): Sex Work and Canadian Policy FB
  Track B

3:00-3:40 Maggie McLetchie: Why Sex Worker Rights Matter: An ACLU Perspective

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3:50-4:30 Melissa Sontag : New York’s “No Condoms As Evidence” Bill: Exploring its Rationale & Advocacy FE
  Track C 3:00-4:30  "If it happens in Vegas.. it's still illegal" Desiree Sex Worker Rights Public ART Action PERFORMERS WANTED! Workshop and Planning Meeting w/ UNLV MFA Laurenn McCubbin and Las Vegas ACLU lawyer Allen Lichtenstein FG
  Track D 3:00-3:40 Sarah Sloane: Incorporating Kink into your Work FA
3:40-4:30 JD Obenberger: Internet Advertising FA
  Track E 3:00-3:40 Reverend Pam Vessels: “Sex and Spirituality” FF
3:40-4:30 Brooke Johnson: Female Sex Workers: A Harm Reduction Strategy Plan FF
 

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4:30pm-
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Coffee Break FC&D
5:00pm-6:30pm Breakout Sessions  
  Track A

Who Belongs at the Table?

 
5:00-5:30 Cheryl Auger: Criminalization by another name FB
5:30-6:00 Kathleen Bergquist: Victim(less) sex work FB
6:00-6:30 TBA FB
  Track B

5:00-5:40 William Takahashi: Disability and sex workers (Cross-listed with Track D)

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5:00-5:40 Kelli Dorsey: Opportunities to Move Mountains: 2012 HIV/AIDS Conference and the US Anti-prostitution Pledge FG
: Prostitution, Blackmail, and Political Corruption By CIA Agents of the United States FE
  Track C Film Screenings FF
5:00-5:15 Film: Prostitution Free Zone FF
5:17-5:27 Deconstructing Asian Trafficka FF
5:27-5:34 Sorry your Grandma Was Mugged FF
5:35-5:45 FOOTAGE FROM THE DAYS OF OUR LIVES::A sex worker activist love story FF
5:47-6:00 Sex Work and Trade Unions FF
6:00-6:06 BurnOut FF
6:07-6:22 Collateral Damage: Sex Workers and The Anti Trafficking Campaigns FF
  Track D 5:00-5:40 Al: Keeping out of Harm's Way (Cross-listed with Track E) FA
5:00-5:40 William Takahashi: Disability and sex workers (Cross-listed with Track B) FE
5:50-6:30  Amanda Brooks, Furry Girl Panel: Safety for Sex Workers Through Personal Privacy (Cross-listed with Track E)  FA
  Track E 5:00-5:40 Al: Keeping out of Harm's Way (Cross-listed with Track D)   FA
5:40-6:10 Sarah Sloane- Rebirthing Our Joy: Healthy and Happy Sex Lives for Sexual Trauma Survivors
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5:50-6:30  Panel: Safety for Sex Workers Through Personal Privacy (cross-listed with Track D)  FA
6:10-6:30 TBA FG
 

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7:30pm-8:30pm

Sex Workers of Color Caucus

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7:30pm-8:30pm Film: "Xaviera, the Happy Hooker: Portrait of a sexual revolutionary" directed by Robert Dunlap Cost is donation of $5 or more, to benefit the Desiree Alliance Endowment for Sex workers in Need TBA
8:00pm-10pm   TBA
8:30pm-9:30pm Entertainment (act) TBA
 

 

 
 
 

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7:30am-9:00am Morning Yoga with Danielle dv8 FC&D
10:00am-11:15am Breakfast FC&D
10:00am-10:15am Good Morning and announcements FC&D
10:15am-11:00am Keynote address:
Deon Haywood, Executive Director, Women with a Vision, New Orleans
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11:15am-11:45am Break  
11:45am-1:30pm Breakout Sessions  
  Track A Identity and Identifications  
11:45-12:20 Vegan Vixen: Violence and Prostitution Policies (cross-listed with Track B) FB
12:20- 12:55 Tamara O’Doherty: Victimization in the off-street sex industry in Vancouver, BC FB
12:55-1:30  Joelle Ryan: Violence against transgender sex workers FB
  Track B

11:45-12:10 Vegan Vixen: Violence and Prostitution Policies (cross-listed with Track A)

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11:45-12:40 Kelli Dorsey: A Broader Look Policing: Connecting with other Movements FE
12:45-1:30 Miranda: Building Bridges Between the Professions: A conversation about working with Sex FE
  Track C 11:45-1:30 Kirk Read: All Level Performance Workshop- Your Body is the Mountain, Your Stories are the Gold FA
  Track D 11:45-12:40 Sarah Sloane and Marcus Panel: SMART Sex Work: Business Success in Under an Hour FG
12:45-1:30 Kimberlee Cline: Keeping It Real: Coming Out To Your Loved Ones About Sex Work FG
  Track E 11:45am-12:15 Tina Wolf and Lorena Borjas-The Birth of ‘TransLatina’: An Assessment of Need Among Undocumented Transgender Sex Workers FF
12:15-12:45  S. Outlaw & E. Smith: Connecting for Sex Work Peer Education: A Combined Approach to Working with Substance use in Different Sex Working FF
12:15-1:30 Shawn Roop: Sessions that Heal FF
 

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1:30pm-2:45pm Lunch FC&D
2:00pm-2:45pm Lunch Keynote: Kirk Read, artist, performer, and author FC&D
3:00pm-4:30pm Breakout Sessions  
  Track A

(Auto)biography and the Internet

 
3:00-3:25 Amanda Brooks: Police Treatment of Arrested Sex Workers and the law FA
3:25-3:50 Christine Milrod: The Internet Hobbyist FA
3:50-4:30 Rachel Schreiber: “Before Their Makers and Their Judges: Prostitutes and White Slaves in the Political Cartoons of the Masses”  (Cross-listed with track C) FA
  Track B 4:00-4:30 Nyabade: GO Fishnet Initiatives Towards Sex Workers In Kenya (Cross-listed with Track E) FB
  Track C 3:00-4:30 Film Screening: A Gun for Jennifer FF
3:50-4:30 Rachel Schreiber: “Before Their Makers and Their Judges: Prostitutes and White Slaves in the Political Cartoons of the Masses”  (Cross-listed with track A) FA
  Track D 3:00-3:40 Erik Peterson: Personal Finance for Adult Industry Professionals FG
3:50-4:30 Sarah Sloane: Burnt and Jaded: When the Passion Isn’t Passionate Anymore FG
  Track E 3:00-3:30 Jessica Castellano and Karen Zorn: Needs Assessment of Sex Workers in Albuquerque: A multidisciplinary Community Based Participatory Approach FB
3:30-4:00 Fidel Figueroa:The Male Mystique FB
4:00-4:30 Gordon Nyabade: Go Fishnet Initiatives Towards Sex Workers in Kenya (Cross-listed with Track B) FB
3:00-4:30  Streetwise & Safe: Show Some SAS! A “know your rights” video by and for LGBTQ youth of color who have experienced quality of life policing and policing of sex work FE
 

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4:30pm-
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Coffee Break FC&D
5:00pm-6:30pm Breakout Sessions  
  Track A

Reducing the Harms of Policy and Empowering People

 
5:00-5:30 Joyce Arthur: Violating sex workers (Cross-listed with Track E)  FA
5:30-6:00 Jill McCracken: Violence and policy (Cross-listed with Track E) FA
6:00-6:30 Cheryl Radeloff: Having a seat at the table (Cross-listed with Track E) FA
  Track B

5:00-5:40 Cristine Sardina: Wanted: 1 Criminal: Effective Grassroots Organizing for Disenfranchised Populations

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5:50-6:30 Judy Guerin and Dick Cunningham: Developing Effective Issue Advocacy Campaigns FE
  Track C 5:00-6:30 Storytelling with Stephen Elliot FB
  Track D 5:00-5:40 Furry Girl: "Solo Girl" FG
5:50-6:30 Danielle dv8 & Vegan Vixen: Phone and Cam Sex for Profit! or Lights, Web Cam, Action! FG
5:00-6:30 Lee Harington: On Their Knees FF
  Track E 5:00-5:30 Joyce Arthur: Violating Sex Workers (Cross-listed with Track A)  FA
5:30-6:00 Jill McCracken:Violence and Policy (Cross-listed with Track A)  FA
6:00-6:30 Cheryl Radeloff: Having a Seat at the Table (Cross-listed with Track A)  FA
 

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7:00pm-7:30pm Healing Meditation for Sex Workers with Juliet November FF
7:00pm-8:00pm Evening Yoga with Melissa Sontag FC&D
     
 

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8:00pm-? Open Mic Night FF
 

 

 
 
 

Wednesday July 28th

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7:30am-9:00am Morning Yoga with Danielle dv8 FC&D
10:00am-11:15am Breakfast FC&D
10:00am-10:15am Good Morning and announcements FC&D
10:15am-11:00am Keynote address: Norma Jean Almodovar, author of Cop to Call Girl and founder & president of ISWFACE FC&D
11:15am-11:45am Break  
11:45am-1:30pm Breakout Sessions  
  Track A Methods Roundtable  
11:45-12:00 Alexis Roth: Risk Negotiation (Cross-listed with Track E) FA
12:00-12:30 Tamara O’Doherty: Research with sex workers FA
12:30-1:00 Ron Weitzer: Prostitution Myths in Advocacy Research and Public Policy FA
1:00-1:30 Methodology discussion led by Elizabeth Nanas FA
  Track B

11:45-12:25 Vegan The U.S. Sex Workers’ Rights Movement:  Past, Present, and Future

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12:30-1:30 Penelope Saunders: Building Membership of Local Organizations and SWOP Chapters through Community Organizing: Findings, Presentation & Collective Brainstorming Session FE
  Track C 11:45-12:30 Meeshee: Clicking with your Photographer: Journalizing Your Portfolio & Knowing Your Rights (Cross-listed with Track D) FG
  Track D 11:45-12:30 Meeshee: Clicking with your Photographer: Journalizing Your Portfolio & Knowing Your Rights (Cross-listed with Track C) FG
12:45-1:30 Sexquire.com: Money, Power, Danger and Deductions – legal and accounting issues for everyone FG
  Track E 11:45-12:30 Alexis Roth: Risk Negotiation (Cross-listed with Track A) FA
11:45-1:30 Sephen Crowe: Men at Work: Building a National Movement of Male Sex Workers? FF
12:40-1:30 Sandy Guillaume & Ricardo Canales: Making Connections: Effective Outreach Strategies in the Sex Worker Community FB
 

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1:30pm-2:45pm Lunch FC&D
1:45pm-2:45pm Lunch Keynote: Tim Barnett, Global Programme Manager, World AIDS Campaign FC&D
3:00pm-4:30pm Breakout Sessions  
  Track A Examining Criminalization, Legalization, Decriminalization  
3:00-3:30 Crystal Jackson & Barb Brents: Nevada’s legal brothels in historical perspective FB
3:30-4:00 Meredith Ralston: Selling sex: Passionate debates FB
4:00-4:30 Tamara Larter: More than a “whore” FB
  Track B

3:00-3:40 Kigongo Ali: Sex Work, Religion and Activism

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  Track C 3:00-4:30 Anna Saini, Surgeon Scofflaw, and Mariko Passion: Using Art to Survive and Transgress Violence  (Cross-listed with Track E) FF
  Track D 3:00-3:40 Doug Bynon: A Tax Workshop for the Cash-Based Professional FG
3:00-3:30 TBA FA
3:50-4:30 Lusty Day: Working it Down Under FG
3:50-4:30 Allen Lichtenstein: Contracts and What to Look for FE
  Track E 3:00-4:30 Anna Saini, Surgeon Scofflaw, and Mariko Passion: Using Art to Survive and Transgress Violence (Cross-listed with Track E) FF
3:30-4:00 Jill McCracken: One Outreach/Harm Reduction Program and Its Impact on Street Sex Workers FA
4:00-4:30 Greg Scott & Erin Scott: Rediscovering and Reporting the 'Badness" of Violence: Lessons Learned from a Grassroots Attempt to Create a "Bad Date List' Program for Street Level Women Sex Workers FA
 

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4:30pm-
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Coffee Break FC&D
5:00pm-6:30pm Breakout Sessions  
  Track A

The Value of Sex Work

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5:00-6:30 Megan Morgenson: The Value of Sex Work (Cross-listed with Track D)
  Track B 5:00-6:30 Scarlett Lake: Film- "A Safer Sex Trade" with Q&A FE
  Track C 5:00-5:20 Keva I. Lee FF
5:25-5:45 Conrad FF
5:50-6:00 Ofelia Corazon FF
6:00-6:30 Artist Q&A FF
  Track D 5:00-6:30 Karrie, Marcus, Riley Nicole, Crysta Heart, Skytrinia Berkeley, Scarlet, and Erika: Developing a screening policy that works for you; keeping you safe and ensuring your success!  (Cross-listed with Track E) FA
5:00-6:30 Megan Morgensen: The Value of Sex Work (Cross-listed with Track A) FB
  Track E 5:00-5:30 Karrie, Marcus, Riley Nicole, Crysta Heart, Skytrinia Berkeley, Scarlet, and Erika: Developing a screening policy that works for you; keeping you safe and ensuring your success!  (Cross-listed with Track D) FA
5:00-6:30 Juliet November and Lisa Marie Alatorre: Skill Share on community accountability/healing/transformational approaches to violence against sex workers FG
 

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7:00pm-7:30pm

 

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7:00pm-8:00pm Evening Yoga with Melissa Sontag FC&D
     
 

Evening Activities

 
8:00pm Stripper-oke is a FUNDRAISER for the rest of the budget. Contestants will be judged on singing and stripping ability, lip sync and striptease ability. House strippers will back you up and dance around you during your song if requested! hosted by Mariko Passion TBA
8:00pm-10:00pm Public Performance Night  
8:30pm Pool Party Sponsored by SWOP Michigan Pool
11:00pm-? Night Clubbing! TBA
 

 

 
 
 

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7:30am-9:00am Morning Yoga with Danielle dv8 FC&D
10:00am-11:15am Breakfast FC&D
10:00am-10:15am Good Morning and announcements FC&D
10:15am-11:00am Breakfast Keynote address: 10:15-10:40 Robyn Few! Founder, SWOP USA FC&D
11:15am-11:45am Break  
11:45am-1:30pm Breakout Sessions  
  Track A Teaching Policy Reform and Best Practices FB
11:45-12:20 Laura Kane and Adrienne Telford: An exercise in hypocrisy FB
12:25-1:00 Tracey Sagar: Back to basics? Sex workers’ civil liberties and human rights and the importance of a ‘principled’ framework in the development of criminal law FB
1:00-1:30 Vegan Vixen: Sex work, classrooms, and Text books  (Cross-listed with Track B) FB
  Track B

11:45-1:15Community Caucus Series – Connecting the Dots:  exploring the impacts of race, class, and privilege on the current state of the sex worker movement (FF until 12:35)

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1:00-1:30 Vegan Vixen: Sex work, classrooms, and Text books (Cross-listed with Track A) FB
  Track C 11:45-1:30 Taking Your Sex Worker Art on the Road and to the Next Level with Cameryn Moore, Laurenn McCubbin, Kirk Read and Mariko Passion FA
  Track D 11:45pm-12:45pm Serpent and friend: The Ethical Sex Worker  (Cross-listed with Track E) FG
12:40-1:30 Sinnamon Love: Parenting and Sex Work: Balancing Life, Family and Work (Cross-listed with Track E) FF
12:50-1:30 Jean Gray: Energetic Protection and Cleansing for Sex Workers FG
  Track E 11:45-12:45 Serpent Libertine and friend: The Ethical Sex Worker (Cross-listed with Track D) FG
12:40-1:30 Sinnamon Love: Parenting and Sex Work: Balancing Life, Family and Work (Cross-listed with Track D) FF
 

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1:30pm-2:45pm Lunch FC&D
1:45pm Lunch Keynote: Nina Hartley, Adult entertainer, sex educator, and author FC&D
3:00pm-4:30pm Breakout Sessions  
  Track A

Sex Work Shaken and Stirred

 
3:00-3:30  Maggie McLetchie: Why Sex Worker Rights Matter: An ACLU Perspective (Cross-listed with track B) (NEW) FF
3:30-3:50 Crystal Jackson and Elizabeth Nanas: Academic Roundtable Wrap-up FF
3:55-4:30 Carol Leigh: Sex Worker Media Library (Cross-listed with Track B and C) FA
  Track B

3:00-3:40 HOOK Collective: Yet To Be Named a zine completely created by participants at this conference!(Cross-listed with Track C)

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3:00-3:30  Maggie McLetchie: Why Sex Worker Rights Matter: An ACLU Perspective (Cross-listed with track A) (NEW)
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3:55-4:30 Carol Leigh : Sex Worker Media Library (Cross-listed with Track A and C) FA
3:55-4:30 Jessica Yee: Indigenous Sex Work, Realities, and Rights (Cross-listed with Track E) FF
  Track C 3:00-3:20 Jenny Price: Documenting contemporary sex work and culture  FA
3:00-3:40 HOOK Collective: Yet To Be Named(Cross-listed with Track B) FE
3:20-3:30 Modern Hooker Comic Strips FA
3:30-3:50 Laurenn McCubbin: Speaking to Las Vegas in the Language of Las Vegas FA
3:55-4:30 Carol Leigh: Sex worker Media Library (Cross-listed with Track A and B) FA
4:10-4:30 Juba Kalamka FE
  Track D 3:00pm-3:40pm Roundtable: Your Girlfriend SUCKS! ...for Money! FG
3:50-4:30 Tracy Elise: Tantra & The Goddess:  The Sex Church in the 21st Century FG
  Track E

3:00-3:30 Claire Kitui: Nature of Sex Work (Past and Present), Reasons for the Increase, Problems Faced in Sex Work, Sex Work and the Law and Conclusion

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3:30-4:00 Bradley Hart & Sean Storm: It’s a (Gay) Guy Thing; Queer Male Perspectives on Sex Work
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4:00-4:30 TBA FB
3:55-4:30 Jessica Yee: Indigenous Sex Work, Realities, and Rights (Cross-listed with Track B) FF
 

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4:30pm-
5:00pm
Coffee Break FC&D
5:00pm-6:30pm Breakout Sessions  
  Track A Organizing: Challenges and opportunities  
5:00-6:30 Penelope Saunders, Brenda Costley, and Peter Bailey: Voices not included: Challenging elements of organizing around “sex work” (Cross-listed with Track B) FA
5:00-6:30 Lee Harington: How Much an Hour? (Cross-listed with Track D) FB
  Track B

5:00-6:30 Penelope Saunders, Brenda Costley, and Peter Bailey: Voices not included: Challenging elements of organizing around “sex work” (Cross-listed with Track A)

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  Track C 5:00-5:20 Marcus: "Aural Sex" FF
5:25-5:45 Mariko Passion FF
5:50-6:00 Scout LeDove and Ms. Virilia Krush FF
6:05-6:25 Kirk Read FF
  Track D 5:00-6:30 Lee Harington: How Much an Hour? (Cross-listed with Track A) FB
5:00-5:40 Panel w/ Bradley Hart & Sean Storm: Tricks, Training and Transitions FG
5:50-6:30 Shawn Roop: Sessions that Heal FG
  Track E 5:00-5:30 Higashi, Y., Kaname, Y., and Yagi, K.: Sexual Health Risks Faced by Female Sex Workers in Japan FE
5:30-6:00 Sarah Sloane: Making Safer Sex (and play) Sexier FE
6:00-6:30 TBA FE
 

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7:00pm-7:30pm

Healing Meditation for Sex Workers with Juliet November

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7:00pm-8:00pm Evening Yoga with Melissa Sontag FC&D
     
 

Evening Activities

 
10:00pm-2:00am After Party Fundraiser! Erotic Heritage Museum
     

 

 

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8:30am-10:00am Morning Yoga with Danielle dv8 FC&D
11:00am-2:30pm Brunch FC&D
11:15am Good Morning and announcements FC&D
11:45am Brunch Keynote: TBA FC&D
1:00pm-3:00pm Strategy and Farewell FC&D
     
 

 

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Break
Self Care
Academic and Policy (Track A)
Activism (Track B)
Art, Entertainment, and Media (Track C)
Business Development and Lifestyle (Track D)
Harm Reduction and Outreach (Track E)
   

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