Since the use of red umbrellas by sex workers in Venice, Italy in 2001—as part of the 49th Venice Biennale of Art—a red umbrella has become the foremost internationally recognized symbol for sex worker rights.
Board of Trustees Name Home Town Term Expiration B. Mummert Mathematics Akira Murata Administration of Justice Farahnaz Naftchi Engineering Ronald K. Nash Plant and Soil Science Rajesh Navani Computer Science Nadia Evelyn Navarrete Forestry John C. O'dell Agricultural Education and Mechanization Zulkiply Omar Agribusiness Economics Alan M. Rachamallu Computer Science Ram Mohan Ragala Engineering Aruna Rajabooshanam Engineering P. Raman Engineering Ishpal Singh Rekhi Mining Engineering Famiwole Oyebode Remigius Agricultural Education and Mechanization Anita Lynn Rich Speech Communication Bradley Kent Richards Geology Lisa Noel Riesz Speech Communication Matthew Harold Riggs Geology Lisa M. Zain Elisa Christine Ziolkowski 39 Order of Exercises College of Communications and Fine Arts AM., Saturday , May 12, 1990, SIU Arena (Please stand for the Processional and remain standing for the Invocation.) Processional Pomp and Circumstance, Composer Edward Elgar Southern Illinois University Band Daniel H. Travelstead, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, College of Communications and Fine Arts Greetings and Introduction of Platform Party Marvin D. Dimaso Karin Christine Doney Amy Dawn Du Ghetti Diana M. Earls cum laude* Melinda Jane Ebel Michael Craig Edwards Shawn A. Eichler Charlene Eisenstadt Leah Jeanne Ellison Douglas Andrew Elwell Kurt F. Essig Johnny Wayne Faith Michelle Lynn Falkenhain Denise Lynn Fallon Wesley L. Hensen Jenna Lynn Herhold Jeffrey Paul Hermann Gary Allen Herold Yunshyan Sherry Hsieh William Joseph Huber Robert Gene Hudson Timothy Allen Hunnicutt Margo Michele Huron Kimberly R. Arnold Alex Arroyo cum laude Denise Marie Aubuchon Roger L. Richard Aybar Michelina Hilda Aybar Raymond Bagley, Jr. Bass Richard Vaughn Bass Richard Alan Bayles Kathleen Lynne Beaumont John Killous Becker, Jr. Becker Willie Gene Bedell Mary Therese Beer Grady Gene Beeson Susan Abigail Belcher Charles W. Bennett Robert Lee Bennett William Richard Bennett William Berardi magna cum laude Michael Duane Berg Gretchen Anne Berkshire Cheryl Marie Bierman Shari Lynn Biggs Michael R.
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'J The commencement ceremony is an important occasion not only for you but for other graduates, families, and friends. Gulley Rehabilitation Administration and Services Jean Hakizimana Agribusiness Economics Mary Ann Hall Communication Disorders and Sciences Nancy Hanna-Somers Forestry Beverly Smith Hardnett Rehabilitation Administration and Services Kihm A. Ives Animal Science Marek Janusz Jacyno Biological Sciences Glenn P. Lam Mathematics Annie Margaret Lanier Rehabilitation Administration and Services Gwendolyn J. O'Connell Cary O'Dell Paul Anthony O'Dwyer Michael Jay Olson Scott Albert O'Neill Rodney L. Robertson Kristine Lynn Robinson Carol Ann Rose cum laude Russell Monty Rose Dawn Rosenquist Jeff T. Saliture Roxanne Kosmitis Schaal Julia Rose Schaefer Dawn M. Quisenberry, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Education Commencement Address Theodore Flickinger, Executive Director, Illinois Association of Park Districts Presentation of Candidates and Conferring of Degrees John C. Janet Lynn Dutton William Mark Dyas magna cum laude Lisa Marie Eason Renee Lynn Eberhard George Eckert Charlene Crawford Edmonson Michael Darrin Ehrat magna cum laude* Elanie Elbling Jimmy Ellis Jana L. Grady Michele Anne Graham Angela Jean Grasher Bridgette Maxine Graves James Clinton Graves Sheri Elizabeth Graves Carl D wight Green Carol Y. Haberkorn Zina Hazim Habib Linda Aaron Haines Kevin Ray Haley Shirley Ann Hall Thomas Patrick Halpin Marcia Denise Hamm summa cum laude Terry 0. Haroldsen Robert Lewis Harris cum laude Gary Philip Hart cum laude Molly Nell Hart Pamela Jean Hartman Richard W. Mc Fall Gavin James Mc Ghee Larry Dale Mc Kimm Russell L.
**W 351 * Commencement May 11, 12, and 13, 1990 Southern Illinois University at Carbondale When its doors were first opened in 1874, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale was a place where teachers and scholars believed that their graduates should be prepared to make useful contributions to the health and strength of society. Outstanding departments, dedicated faculty, thorough and often inspired instruction, and a thoughtful blending of old wisdom with new knowledge have become the hallmarks of the University. Leftwich Engineering John Mitchell Lewis Administration of Justice Swee Lan Lim Computer Science Wei Yu Lin Biological Sciences Jacqueline Lundberg Geology Stephan John Magnelia Zoology Munir Mahmood Mathematics Rebecca Browning Mandrell Mathematics Mario J. Miller Ian Barry Mitchell Jennifer Lynn Modesitt cum laude Sean Gill is Monday Angelique Amia Moore David James Morey Jerone C. Knowlton, Chair, Department of Physical Education John R. Ewing, Chair, Department of Special Education John S. Fermanich magna cum laude Christina Marie Ferrari Marinda A. Hegarty cum laude Gina Marie Heiligenstein cum laude* Daniel J.
Because this is true, we can point with pride to our alumni, many of whom are distinguished scholars, business leaders, artists, and public servants, and many more of whom are essential to organizations and communities throughout the nation. Marcinczyk Physiology Ioannis Theodoros Marinitsis Engineering Antonette Karen Markowski Geology Mary Beth Martin Behavior Analysis and Therapy Michael Bruce Martinson Agricultural Education Elizabeth Harris Mc Carthy Plant and Soil Science Wesley T. Teresa Ann Hamer Cynthia Sue Hampson Andy Hannon Stewart J. Kledzinski Julie Marie Kornack Melissa Ann Kuman John H. Washburn, Chair, Department of Vocational Education Studies Benediction Billy G. Allen Thomas Jay Allen Martin Lloyd Allison Terrence Robert Allvord Thomas Alois Karen Lynne Amoroso Vasilios Anagnostopoulos Bonnie R. Robert William Dazey George Kervett Dean Jennifer L. Decosta James Huston Deerinwater Mary Jayne Dejesa-Kiwas Stephenie Young Delaney Jeffrey Daniel delatour Reynaldo Cascano De Leon Mary Ann Delvalle Doreen Mary Fitzgerald Denall Brenda Lee Denault Michael Scott Devillo Jennifer L. Heinemann magna cum laude Denise Marie Hejlik Roy Gene Henderson Charles M. Hernandez Priscilla Dali Hertz Arlene Theresa Hethcox magna cum laude Stephen Doyle Heyman James J.
Knowing that classroom learning is only one facet of education, we help students learn to play through intramural sports, training in crafts, outdoor activities for individuals and groups, a variety of musical organizations; learn to help themselves through wellness education, physical fitness train- ing, and counseling; learn to help others through fraternal, community service, political, and volunteer groups; learn to see and know their sur- roundings through hands-on projects, field trips, lectures, and excursions of their own. Mc Cleery Rehabilitation Counseling 2A Gregory Joseph Mc Govern Geology Carol Jean Mc Keown Speech Communication Clement Miller Community Development Gary Dean Miller Zoology Lisa Marie Miller Rehabilitation Counseling Jose Raul Marcano Monasterios Engineering Thomas 0. Hansen Laura Catherine Harder Christopher Hardiman Annette Renee Harper Mary E. Jones Sandra Renee Kabat cum laude Tiffany Alexandra Kalva Ron Kaufmann Steven Glen Kein Charlotte Ann Keller Karen Anne Kennedy Anthony Pierre Kidd Jerry Lee Kindred, Jr. Gooch Recessional Crown Imperial, Composer William Walton Mary Matthews (Please remain in your seat until the Recessional is completed.) 45 College of Education Donald L. Anderson Nancy Jane Anderson cum laude Thomas Joseph Anderson Connie L.
The term sex workers' rights encompasses a variety of aims being pursued globally by individuals and organizations that specifically involve the human, health, and labor rights of sex workers and their clients.
The goals of these movements are diverse but generally aim to decriminalize and destigmatize sex work and ensure fair treatment before legal and cultural forces on a local and international level for all persons in the sex industry.