This project attempts to showcase our desire to build relationships across collectives, and “benchmark” with other collectives how they’ve moved through conflict; because we know from our experience that conflict is inevitable in movement spaces, and want to get on the same page about how we can move through this conflict in a generative and sustainable way for long term change in the face of capitalism, colonialism, white supremacy, and ableism.



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This project was developed by the QTBIPOC Cohort of the Young Farmers FRSAN Cultivemos project.


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Cultivemos: QTBIPOC Collectives Zine


This project attempts to showcase our desire to build relationships across collectives, and “benchmark” with other collectives how they’ve moved through conflict; because we know from our experience that conflict is inevitable in movement spaces, and want to get on the same page about how we can move through this conflict in a generative and sustainable way for long term change in the face of capitalism, colonialism, white supremacy, and ableism.

Gente de Tierra

"Gente de Tierra is a resource coalition and network of diasporic and marginalized parents, organizers, artists, laborers, activists, and land reclamationists rooting in Lenapehoking. Gente de Tierra is Black and Indigenous founded, centered, and led; having come together to escape gender, race, and other colonial violences at our places of work and within our life systems. Our shared vision is a community with just means of living, working, and future building; established through divesting and uprooting ourselves from exploitative and genocidal economic, environmental, agricultural, and social systems."



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