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Regina Evans posing for a photo arrange International Blvd. Matthew Evearitt Regina Y. Evans works with a team of folks to assemble altars on Oakland's International Boulevard, a hub for fully developed sex workers as well as the sex trafficking of minors. Regina says the goal of the work is to be present for the girls—or Beloveds, as she calls them. The altars are decorated with art, flowers, letters and fabrics, and since the start of the pandemic, she's been adding hand sanitizer, condoms and PPE. Regina says her team builds these altars as an offering, and so as to she doesn't directly approach the Beloveds.