Amber Hollibaugh New York Death, Executive Director of Queers for Economic Justice has died

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Amber Hollibaugh Death – Executive Director of Queers for Economic Justice Amber Hollibaugh of New York has sadly passed away. She died on Friday 20th October 2023 leaving family and friends devastated. The circumstances surrounding the actual cause of Amber Hollibaugh’s death has not been revealed at this time.

Amber Hollibaugh Career

Amber Hollibaugh, in her capacity as a Senior Activist Fellow, initiated the inception of Queer Survival Economies (QSE). This pioneering project was designed to confront the complex entanglement of issues such as sexuality, poverty, homelessness, labor rights, and the criminalization of survival. Hollibaugh’s dedication to this cause was an extension of her longstanding collaboration with BCRW (Barnard Center for Research on Women). Her involvement was also a testament to her impactful endeavors as an activist, sex worker, writer, and former Executive Director of Queers for Economic Justice.

In 2015, Hollibaugh orchestrated a public conference in partnership with the Murphy Institute (CUNY). The event served as a platform for organizers, activists, scholars, and community members to engage in critical dialogue regarding the often neglected and imperceptible issues of economic justice.

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What you need to know about Amber Hollibaugh

The discussions focused on the intricate intersections of class, race, gender, immigration, non-traditional families, sexuality, and the legal system. The year 2016 witnessed Queer Survival Economies making notable contributions to the annual Creating Change Conference, a pivotal gathering supported by the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force to facilitate transformative social justice. Additionally, Hollibaugh spearheaded a plenary panel at the 41st annual Scholar and Feminist Conference, hosted by BCRW, delving into the theme of sustainabilities.

In her current role as an Emerita Fellow, Hollibaugh was actively engaged in the development of a comprehensive “best practices” toolkit. This toolkit was specifically tailored for legal, healthcare, and other service providers who work with LGBTQ immigrants, individuals involved in sex work, and those who are HIV positive.

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