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Crystal Tenty: Visions & Voices, Community Partner

Crystal Tenty has been committed to effecting positive social change in her community for the last eight years through her political activism on college campuses and in the Portland community. Her passion for advocacy began in 2002 when she worked as a Student Advocate in the Women's Resource Center at Portland Community College through the Women's Leadership Program. She began volunteering with the Portland Women's Crisis Line's Sexual Assault Program in 2005 and has played an integral role in the development of the program's sex industry outreach services. She received her Masters of Arts degree in Conflict Resolution at Portland State University in 2009 and her thesis focused on sex work and moral conflict. She currently works as a Domestic Violence Response Advocate for the Raphael House of Portland.



Project Collaboration:

Visions & Voices
: Black & White Photographs by Diverse Women Working in Various Aspects of the Sex Industry

Moshoua Capous-Desyllas, Ph.D.
School of Social Work, PSU

Crystal Tenty
Community Partner