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#AskMonicaJones - Live Twitter Q&A with Member Monica Jones 12/20

We’re very excited to announce that on Friday, December 20th from 1-1:30pm (ET) we’ll be holding a live Q&A on Twitter with our member Monica Jones, a founding member of the USHRN Sex Workers’ Rights Working Group, and founder of The Outlaw Project. Monica’s activism made headlines when she was arrested for #WalkingWhileTrans in Arizona.

As part of our ongoing initiative to raise funds to support activists hoping to travel to Geneva for the United Nations Universal Periodic Review of the United States’ human rights record in May 2020, Monica will be taking over the @USHRN Twitter account for 30 minutes to answer questions from our members and the public about her advocacy for sex workers and LGBTQI folx. 

Our Twitter Q&A will be your chance to ask Monica anything to do with her human rights activism!

To participate, all you have to do is tweet your question ensuring you include the hashtag #AskMonicaJones. Monica will retweet the question before she tweets her answer so everyone can follow the Q&A.

If you’re not on Twitter, click here to sign up. Once you’ve signed up, or if you already are, just follow @USHRN.

Learn more about Monica Jones at these links:

Sex Work Wars: Project ROSE, Monica Jones and the Fight for Human Rights.

Arrested for Walking While Trans: An Interview with Monica Jones.

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