You have worked hard to get where you are, and I know that you will continue to exemplify integrity.
Naomi Sayers is an Indigenous feminist and lawyer. She tweets under the moniker @kwetoday. Views are her own.
As a First Nations woman with lived experience in the sex trade, my story and others have been erased when it comes to the fight for equality.
03/07/2018 15:46 EST
I believe the human trafficking conversation is a distraction from the issue of the harms of criminalizing prostitution.
02/26/2018 10:46 EST
I was proud of an Indigenous woman being named the new Justice Minister. But sadly, I am let down by the current government with parading another Indigenous woman, and other Indigenous persons, out when it conveniences them, at a moment's notice to disregard criticism of the party's actions.
07/21/2016 09:47 EDT
As an Indigenous woman who is currently studying law, you are truly an inspiration. There are literally no words to describe the overwhelming feelings I have experienced over the last couple of days. But "law student" is only one of the many hats that I wear. I am also a sex work activist, who advocates for the decriminalization of sex work.
11/09/2015 01:14 EST
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