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The Prostitution Project: Community-Based Research on Sex Trading in North Minneapolis

@inproceedings{Martin2010ThePP,
  title={The Prostitution Project: Community-Based Research on Sex Trading in North Minneapolis},
  author={Lauren Martin},
  year={2010}
}
American society generally views prostitution as a transaction between two individuals. When sex trading occurs outside on the streets—and adults and children find condoms and witness sex acts taking place in alleys, in automobiles, at bus stops, and in parks—a broader community impact may be perceived, as it was in north Minneapolis earlier this decade. In 2005, a group of north Minneapolis stakeholders became fed up with the sex trade taking place on the streets of their community and were… 

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