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Using art to connect sex trade workers and their communities
Prostitution Alternatives Counseling and Education Society (PACE)
EPIC is a new project aiming to strengthen communication between sex workers and communities. Through artistic involvement, sex workers use art to address issues of the industry.
“It is meant to provide empowerment and to act out of knowledge in the face of adversity,” says Daniele Hurley, Project Coordinator.
With help from Vancouver Foundation and Simon Fraser University, PACE has developed a city wide strategy addressing the problems that communities have with sex workers.
(Originally aired: 2007