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Project ArmHer

Venue: Ernie Checkeris Theatre | December 17, 2017 - 7:00 pm

Project ArmHer

In Honour and Recognition of December 17th International Day to End Violence against Sex Workers

Sudbury – ArmHer Collective, Myths & Mirrors, SWANS, Réseau ACCESS Network and Thorneloe University’s Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Department proudly present the first locally public performance of PROJECT ARMHER.

This performance is inspired and created in partnership with women who identify as current or former sex workers in recognition of December 17th, International Day to End Violence against Sex Workers.

International Day to End Violence against Sex Workers was established in demand for the need for basic human rights for sex workers and in recognition that decriminalization is the only way to address and end the violent targeting of sex workers and the commercial sexual exploitation of women and youth.

The Project ArmHer performance will take place at:

Ernie Checkeris Theatre at Thorneloe University on the
Laurentian University Campus
935 Ramsey Lake Road
December 17th, 2017
Doors will open at 6:45. Show Time is 7pm

Tickets are $25 available on Eventbrite. Also available for CASH ONLY at One Sky, 125 Durham Street, and at the door. Seating is limited.

*Please note that this performance deals with mature, explicit subject matter relating to sexual violence, sex work and other topics that may be triggering to some audience members. Emotional support will be available during and after the performance by Voices for Women. We have limited the age of attendance to 13+.

Media and service providers are strongly encouraged to attend.

This media release was created by Project ArmHer on November 16, 2017, for follow-up, questions or to obtain a ticket, contact Tracy Gregory, Project ArmHer Facilitator & SWANS Founder at 705.688.0500 x 222 or by fax at 705.688.0423.

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