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Trading Safety for Survival: Violence against Baltimore women in the sex trade

Investigative reporter Stephen Janis was one of the panelists Wednesday at a forum on “Violence Against Women” at the Village Learning Center in Baltimore.

Janis is the co-author of  “Why Do We Kill?: The Pathology of Murder in Baltimore.”

He also was the co-publisher of defunct “Investigative Voice,”  an online investigative website covering mostly crime. He formerly wrote for the Baltimore Examiner, and also penned  two books of fiction.  Janis  is a producer at WBFF Fox 45  and teaches journalism at Towson University.

Taya Graham, Women’s Studies Graduate Student, Towson University served as the moderator for the program.


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