Hacking//Hustling partners with institutions that work at the intersection of tech and social justice to put on educational harm reduction conferences, workshops, installations and trainings working to bridge the gap between sex workers, academic institutions and the tech community to create space for sex workers within tech. Many of our organizers speak on sex work, tech policy and law at other institutions.
With Covid-19, our efforts are moving to providing harm reduction trainings and digital and legal literacy trainings online.
Upcoming trainings, panels and events for sex workers:
Imagining a World Without 230
(LINK COMING SOON) Cory Doctorow, technologist, activist, journalist, science fiction novelist Daphne Keller, Director of the Program on Platform Regulation at Stanford’s Cyber Policy Center Kendra Albert, lawyer at Harvard Law School’s Cyberlaw Clinic Lorelei Lee, writer, sex work advocate