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Queer Ancestral Futures Zine

Writing By QEP 

Check Out QEP's First Zine!

In this tiny booklet, we've condensed over three years of our research and thoughts, from academic literature from LGBTQ scholars, to conversations and workshops with folks in the environmental movement doing the work. The zine presents a short and concise analysis of the intersections of ecological justice & queer liberation and a map to a Just Transition that includes queer, trans, and two-spirit people as an intrinsic part of the frontlines of injustice and forefront of change. 

 

Newly edited and revised in May of 2019, this zine is currently available as a donation reward for all donors to fundraising campaign for the #FireFloodFilm.

Suggested donation: $15 to receive a full-color hardcopy of the zine mailed to your door, $5 to get a PDF in your inbox.

Want the zine? Request one here

Other Publications

Queering the Just Transition
We were honored to work with the Movement Generation collective on their recently-launched Strategic Framework for a Just Transition Zine.
 
Download a free copy today, and check out our contribution on page 25:
"To Achieve a Just Transition, we must Queer our movements."
"Queer Land Justice"
by QEP Co-Founder, Vanessa Raditz, appeared in the Greenhorn's 2019 New Farmer's Almanac. Available to QEP members upon request.

"To Survive Climate Catastrophe,
Look to Queer and Disabled Folks"

Biodiversity—in nature, and in our culture and resistance organizing—may be our best defense to the threats of climate change.

by Patty Berne and Vanessa Raditz

in Yes! Magazine

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