Community activists, strippers, and service workers protested Thursday in New Orleans, in response to police raiding eight strip clubs in the city’s French Quarter over the past two weeks. Police say the raids were meant to combat human trafficking, but haven’t made any arrests from the raids and police have not provided evidence of human […]
NEW YORK -- A crowd gathered outside the federal courthouse in Brooklyn on Thursday to protest last week's government raid on a gay escort website, a crackdown that sex workers and LGBT activists have likened to the police raids on ...
ICE's Homeland Security officials confirm that they raided 77 businesses in Northern California this week searching for illegal workers.
“If the city wants to keep us safe, they should let us work in New Orleans where we know the rules and know we’ll be safe,” one dancer said.
After police raids shutting down multiple strip clubs, out-of-work strippers are taking to the streets for what they consider unfair treatment.