Monica Jones

Monica Jones is a Black transgender advocate who also advocates for the rights of sex workers and low-income women of color. She holds a degree is social work from Arizona State University. She has advocated at the United Nations in Geneva and New York, has presented at International AIDS Conferences in Australia and South Africa, and has been a keynote speaker at numerous events including the Desiree Alliance Conference in 2016. She is the founder of The Outlaw Project, which uses intersectionality to prioritize the leadership of people of color, transgender women, gender non-binary and migrants for sex worker rights.
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