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Genderqueer Afro Excellence | Juneteenth Pride

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Of course I am going to spotlight myself! I am genderqueer, Afro Excellence.

Although life is tragic I usually give out the truth like the sweet treat it is! My authentic self. In some moments I am in awe of how my life is progressing. I am my younger self’s plea to the universe and my Ancestry’s wildest dream. I am so grateful! I am still learning and also know somethings. I know I deserve respect! I know what I offer my community is genuine support for liberation.

I made original design stickers that I can post around and share. I especially love the I KNOW MY pouch design and differently abled queer stickers. They give me the regular affirmations I need. In addition, I wrote a zine to highlight the systemic racism and genderphobia in my life — the Beautifully Brown, like me e-zine, available for free.

Gladys Bentley the first publicly open Afro Entertainer in the 1930's wears a white suit and top hat with cane
Gladys Bentley the first publicly open Afro Entertainer in the 1930’s wears a white suit and top hat with cane

I do this work to honour the Trans + Genderqueer folks of our Ancestry. May your lessons and ways of being resonate in me!

In celebration of Juneteenth Pride we are are holding a Reparations Fundraiser! Our efforts can only be realized with your support!

Support me in receiving a 5,000$ livable stipend for my Solidarity work and helping us to welcome 3 new patrons for continued support.

Our fund is at 716$ from 12 patrons whose collective contribution totals $96, 1 new patron at 5$, Matt’s 500$, 1 old patron who increased their pledge by $10, Junebug’s 100$ and Nico who gave 5$.

Generous community contributions provide vital leadership for our dynamic decolonial programming and are matched dollar for dollar by the Trans Justice Funding Project totaling 10,000$. If you believe in the work we do, become a donor by June 30th.

A rainbow border and teal background fundraising image with a Sorghum money tracker that reads 716$ out of 5,000$ by June 30
A rainbow border and teal background fundraising image with a Sorghum money tracker that reads 716$ out of 5,000$ by June 30


1. Word Of Mouth: The only way to achieve our goals is for you to spread our request far and wide. Print, Post, Share. Circulate our campaign so we meet our goals! #BeginWithReparations

2. Give Money: A single donation or ongoing contributions via patron or Cryptocurrency donations or legacy bequests. Every donation is important. Please give a little.

1$ – 7$ – 15$ – 20$ – 35$ – 50$ – 100$ – 200$

3. Purchase: Our merchandise, educationally playful e-zines, majikal items and zero waste community garden Seeds.

Shop our merchandise that benefits wellness for marginalized people. Original designs of mountain Sunrise Seeds, differently abled queer folks, and carpenter Bees of stickers, fanny packs and shirts
Shop our merchandise that benefits wellness for marginalized people. Original designs of mountain Sunrise Seeds, differently abled queer folks, and carpenter Bees of stickers, fanny packs and shirts

4. Hire me: to facilitate a workshop, as your Liberation Coach, and/or to make you a zine.

5. In-kind donations: of Seeds, hygiene items, gift cards, dehydrated herbs + spices, dehydrated fruits + foods, herbal medicine, majikal items, healthcare treatments, and/or remote administrative work.

Let us prove that grassroots, genderqueer Afro led, community based initiatives can thrive. Will you give today to support us in reaching our goal of 5,000$ and 3 new patrons?

kuwa jasiri (the one) laughs while on the porch interacting with the container garden
kuwa jasiri (the one) laughs while on the porch interacting with the container garden

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