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Through the cultivation and distribution of cultural Seeds we affirm the societial greatness of genderqueer People Of Heritage (Of Colour). We work to reestablish sovereign governance, advocate for healhty food, land access, reparations, accessibility, abolition and accountability. We prioritize collective care, spiritual wellness and ancestral wisdom.

Since 2011, with our BY US, FOR US model, we center intersectionality, blackness, disabilities and those incarcerated.

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

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*** All proceeds go towards this work and are matched dollar for dollar.***

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. Zines contain a home-harvested Seed packet (unless shipping internationally).

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.

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

Writings, Audio and Workshops by:

kuwa jasiri Indomela
the one/this one pronouns
Seed + Medicine + Birth Keeper

This one engages in international writing and speaking opportunities that affirm People Of Heritage / People Of Culture / People Of The Global Majority. As a genderqueer, Ghanaian, Cuban, Spanish, Zulu, Creole descendant the one is immersed in recultivating their Ancestral traditions and is passionate about Seed stewardship and native Seed dispersal to offer wellness to the Land, Watershed and the Original Seedkeepers.

—> Community Zines Video 
—> Zine Maker Interview By: Angi Brzycki, Librarian III

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