Our Transition To Accessible Zines

teal bandana and black face mask hang from clothes line with yellow clips


Beautiful Beings,

Moon Phase: Waning Moon Sun Phase: after Winter Solstice
Braille Institute Student Zines
Moment of Silence for the Trees!

Through the art of storytelling we curate educational zines about our natural rhythms, rematriation, reparations, collective land use and Indigenous stewardship. With the each one, teach one model zines are distributed freely during our programs.

We are so grateful to the TREES that have given their life so we can supply our community and the world with zines! In honour of the Trees and in an act of solidarity we are transitioning solely to zine based audio books, e-books and workshops both live and recorded via youtube.

Paper zines will still be available during our programs, for Patrons and at select online zine distros.

7 zines overlapping on a wood table

Build community, expand your knowledge, and support us by buying a zine! This is an offering that we encourage our Allies and Accomplices to purchase.

Learn more about working with us to create your own community zine!

 Sales go towards cultural revitalization and spiritual tending of marginalized ethnicities. Your investment is vital to keeping our community in rest. Thank you.

We have about 20 paper zines left at our online store before we transition fully to saving Trees, acknowledging our current economic reality and community accessibility! Zines contain a home-harvested Seed packet (unless shipping internationally). Wholesale pricing is discontined as we no longer supply paper zines for third party distribution.

on a wood floor there is 20 zines about decolonial and indigenous diets

With the saving of Trees does come the use of rare earth minerals found in electronics. We are using platforms that have open source + privacy software, ethical harvesting practices, accessibility, and inclusivity.


Stay tuned as we transition our zine offerings to audio books, e-books and full workshops! If these interest you contact us and be the FIRST TO KNOW.

Although new offerings will be listed on our blog and at our online store. We will begin the transition with e-books using Flipsnack then mp3 audio books followed by Youtube live workshops and concluding this process by translating our zines into Español.

____________________WRITINGS + WORKSHOPS + AUDIOS BY___________________

Hibisco_public figure

kuwa jasiri Indomela
pronouns: this one/the one

kuwa jasiri (first name) is a genderqueer, multi-lingual Ghanaian artistic community organizer who, since 2009, educates internationally through zines, writing, Seeds stewardship, and majik. You can find this one engaging in cultural remembering, while organizing affinity gatherings that allow us the space we deserve.

As always we value you!

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