A post International Women’s Day show marked by our individual experiences and thoughts of 8th of March and recordings by the English Collective of Prostitutes from London actions, including a protest in front of the central family court demanding respect for the voice of mothers, a short play preformed outside Parliament by the All African Women group about sexism and racism of the immigration system, and a vigil for farming communities in Thailand.
Also featuring: a fanzine history of porn in the UK, an am- dram reading of an interview we were inspired by with a performance artist and sex worker, a rant about the murder of a sex worker being used as a comedy trigger in the film ‘Rough Night’, a spoken world poem by a migrant sex worker and the Ho Art select committee with sex workers theatre, film and festival listings.
Tune in Sat 11 March 5:30pm on www.radioava.org
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