Guardian: Letter double blow for poor mothers

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Letters in The Guardian, 22/05/2009. The government is criticised for not criminalising prostitutes’ clients enough (New law on forced prostitution weakened, say women’s groups, 20 May). But what about their increasing criminalisation of women? Not accidentally, the crime bill and the … Continue reading

Guardian: Letters – Pauline Campbell our beloved colleague

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  Sent to the Guardian letters, 16 May 08 Dear Madam/Sir Frances Crook’s comment that Pauline Campbell, who died tragically on 15 May, had been the “single most effective and inspiring campaigner” against women’s imprisonment, is closest to the truth … Continue reading

Action Alert: Young mother criminalized for trying to make ends meet

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Action Alert…. US PROStitutes Collective….Action Alert  End Criminalization of Women for Trying to Make Ends Meet. In August 2008, Ms G, a 21-year-old Black mother of two appeared at Alameda County Superior Court on three prostitution charges, including violation of … Continue reading