Media Releases

 

 

 

Best Practices for Connecting “People Involved in the Sex Industry” with Services by Coyote RI

Sex Workers Oppose HR 1865

In Support of NH HB 287- AN ACT Establishing a Committee to Study Issues Related to Changing Prostitution Laws in New Hampshire.

Sex Trafficking Inside the Trump Campaign- This is not Fake News

They Don’t Want to Include Women Like Me.’ Sex Workers Say They’re Being Left Out of the #MeToo Movement

 Sex Workers Decry ‘Moral Panic’ Over Human Trafficking by Victoria Mckenzie

Addressing Propaganda on Super Bowl Sex Trafficking-2018

Update from the Ninth Circuit ESPLERP v GASCON (#16-15927) Jan 2018

Women March Rhode Island Includes Sex Workers #WMWRI18

Las Vegas Women’s March Includes Sex Workers- 2018

‘We’re sex workers and we vote’: Women’s March event shines light on a marginalized group

The effects of Polaris Project in Rhode Island by Bella Robinson

ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS

International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers 2017   Uprise RI Dec 19th, 2017

International Day To End Violence Against Sex Workers- 2017- Coyote RI-2017

ESPLER v GASCON UPDATE- Oct 10th 2017

AMICUS BRIEFS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 4, 2017

Criminalized Survivors Panel at No Perfect Victims Convening 2017
Survived & Punished Project

 

Bella Robinson – Framing the narrative- No Perfect Victims

 

COMPLETE INTERVIEW WITH BELLA ROBINSON- COYOTE RI

Trending Globally: Politics and Policy – Episode 4 – Sex Work Is Work- Dec 2016

Sex workers’ rights activist Bella Robinson (Coyote RI)  and sociologist and Watson postdoctoral fellow Elena Shih discuss the “trafficking” and “rescue” narratives muddying the reality of what sex work is–and what sex workers really need.

 

Providence vigil remembers sex workers lost to violence  December 17th, 016

Violence against sex workers a result of criminalization   December 18, 2016

International Day To End Violence Against Sex Workers event in Providence, Rhode Island was a huge success despite the heavy snow and horrible weather.

February 18th- 21st 2016, Join Bella Robinson, executive director of CoyoteRI (Call Off Your Old Tired Ethics), at Liberty Forum for a discussion of decriminalizing prostitution to support the rights of sex workers and as a way to reduce harm to women engaged in sex work.

DayOne peddling ineffective and costly sex trafficking programs By Bella Robinson on March 6, 2016

To combat underage prostitution we need facts, not myth By Bella Robinson on March 8th, 2016

Bella Robinson: A Call to Action December 15th, 2016  

DayOne peddling ineffective and costly sex trafficking programs By Bella Robinson on March 6, 2016  

Rhode Island Human Rights Activist To Testify In Support Of New       Hampshire Decriminalization of Prostitution Legislation  Jan/2016