We elevate voices and experiences from all corners of the QTPoC family through curated collections featuring academic articles, cultural critiques, and personal essays centered on a single theme that form a combined narrative of QTPoC experiences around that topic.
Celebrating Fashion, Couture, and the Style Journeys of Queer & Trans People of Color.
On migrations, colonization, and culture, and the ongoing search for home.
Celebrating Two-Spirit voices and conversations around indigenous experiences during Native American Heritage Month. Guest edited by Xemiyulu Manibusan Tapepechul.
Body acceptance, self love, disability, dysphoria, size, and representation in media.
On the Challenges of Defining Latinidad and the Intersections of Identity in Queer & Trans Latinx Communities. Guest edited by Rubén, Queer Xicano Chisme.
The harmful politics of desirability and attraction for queer and trans people of color.
Interrogating the model minority myth on race, ethnicity, gender, & sexuality. Guest edited by AC Dumlao.
We host discussions, panels, and more, with deeper dives into the curated stories, to share conversations, to build connections, to celebrate our joy in common, all where QTPoC live and thrive.
These small community events feature writers, creatives, educators, leaders, and organizers that provide safe(r) spaces for conversation, adding depth to The Collections within a comfortable and familiar space.