Towards Bodily Autonomy: A Healing Justice Anthology Decolonizing Sex Work and Drug Use gathers the voices of BIPOC activists, writers, scholars, and healers to explore the history and harm of the United States’ ideological wars against erotic labor and substance use, while providing visionary and practical pathways towards unity, care, and the transformation of violent systems. The collection features trusted voices on health and social policy reform including Kate D’Adamo, Justice Rivera, Jasmine Tyler, Aya Tasaki, Leila Raven, Tamika Spellman, Wit Lopez, Melodie Garcia, Ismail Ali, Paula Kahn, and Sasanka Jinadasa, as well as respected healers like Richael Faithful, Amira Barakat Al-Baladi, and Mona Notte. The articles, interviews, worksheets, and poems within are an offering to expand our collective understanding of survival, healing, and embodied freedom. Join Towards Bodily Autonomy authors, Justice Rivera and Paula Kahn, for a reading and book signing in Denver at the Tattered Cover on Colfax Wednesday June 21st. They will be joined by local Denver organizations and healing Justice practicioners including the Harm Reduction Action Center, Black Sex Workers of CO, and a local sex and drug positive therapist.

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