Friends, activists and community members! Please join us for a panel discussion this Sunday, November 24, at the American Studies Association Conference on the issue of Policing Sex in DC! Our goals for the panel include talking about how sex/sexuality is policed in DC, including but not limited to: sex work, trans feminine bodies, black and other bodies of color, queer bodies, pathologization and HIV/AIDS and so on.
This event is FREE and OPEN to the public and will be an opportunity to talk about the issues of policing sex, sexuality, HIV/AIDS, trans and queer folks in Washington, DC. The panel will be from 12:00pm to 1:45pm at the Washington Hilton (1919 Connecticut Ave NW) in the Fairchild West on the Terrace level. If you need help with accessing the event, please contact Elijah Edelman (elijah.edelman (at) gmail.com). We will have bus tokens and metro cards available!
Activist Responses to the Policing of Sex in DC
Sunday, November 24, 12:00 pm – 1:45 pm
Washington Hilton, F1 – Fairchild West (T)
CHAIR: Elijah Adiv Edelman, American University (DC)
- Ruby Corado, Casa Ruby and Latinos en Acción (DC)
- Debbie McMillan, Helping Individual People Survive, HIPS (DC)
- Jason Terry, DC Trans Coalition (DC)
- Meredith Zoltick, Andromeda Transcultural Health (DC)