Reframe Health and Justice supports organizations and movements in deepening their practices of care, compassion, and collaboration.
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Building Capacity for LGBTQ Service Providers: In-Depth Sex Work Harm Reduction Training in Massachusetts
Networking for Racial Equity: Piloting a National Support System for Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latine, and other People of Color
Shifting Landscapes for People who Trade Sex: Advising Institutional Advocates on Community Needs in Washington
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This article by Justice Rivera was originally published in Tits and Sass in 2016 but the frightening parallels between the wars on drugs and sex trafficking sadly hold true today.
This fact sheet, co-produced with NASTAD, outlines five competency areas in which drug user health programs can focus to provide baseline sex worker health and harm reduction services.
The way you think about and interact with “drugs” — substances like marijuana*, heroin, mushrooms, or cocaine and also caffeine, sugar, and alcohol — is a result of norms, expectations, and propaganda that are grounded in colonialist and imperialist ideologies.
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With a post-Roe v Wade world looming, what is the role of harm reduction in supporting access to abortion care?
This blog explores meaningful inclusion of people with lived experience within social justice movements and non-profit organizations.
January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, meaning there’s often a flurry of legislation that is introduced across the country on the topic.
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