The Cedar Project: Historical, Structural and Interpersonal Determinants of Involvement in Survival Sex Work Over Time Among Indigenous Women Who Have Used Drugs in Two Canadian Cities

A study that focuses on Indigenous female drug using sex workers in British Columbia to discuss the culture of violence and its ties to both historical and ongoing colonization.
Richa Sharma
Sherri Pooyak
Kate Jongbnloed
David Zamar
Margo E. Pearce ... [et al.]
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International Journal of Drug Policy, vol. 87, 2021, p. 103012
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