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Naomi Sayers

Indigenous feminist, Anishnaabe kwe, sex work activist and writes at

Naomi Sayers is a fierce Indigenous feminist, influencer, writer, and educator. She is passionate about working with Indigenous communities or organizations with an Indigenous focus. She is a co-founder of Between The Lines, a public legal education initiative, and she was named an Every Day Political Citizen by Samara Canada. Naomi is the Kwe behind "Kwe" denotes woman in Anishnaabemowin, her traditional language. Kwe Today is a blog that is regularly cited around the world. Her work is also used by national and international organizations to influence policy and law reform. Please see HuffPost Canada for other work by Naomi.
Dear Justice Minister, Let's Discuss The Concerns Of Sex

Dear Justice Minister, Let's Discuss The Concerns Of Sex Workers

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