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Recognizing the importance of centering intersectional identities in our advocacy work

Kae Greenberg (he/him)
CHLP Staff Attorney
As we transition from the end of Black History Month to the beginning of Women’s History Month, Staff Attorney Kae Greenberg blogs about how our identities, like our advocacy work, can’t be siloed and that centering an intersectional approach is essential to the success of our organizing work.
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Today the U.S. Department of Justice filed suit against the State of Tennessee and the Tennessee Bureau of Administration (TBI) for their maintenance and administration of the aggravated prostitution offense and its associated sex offender registry (SOR) requirement.
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To kick off Black History Month, CHLP is celebrating Harold Phillips and his living legacy by honoring his contributions to the HIV justice movement.
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