Programs

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Peacock Rebellion’s programs support the artistic, professional, healing, and safety dreams of queer and trans Black, indigenous, and people of color (QTBIPOC) communities, through:

 

 

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QTBIPOC Arts Network

Where we connect family to share skills and push the arts field for equity.

Coaching and Consulting

We coach and consult individual artists and arts organizations

Book Us

Book us for a comedy or cabaret show

Workshops and Trainings

Book a stand up comedy or storytelling workshop

Past Programs
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Liberating Ourselves Locally (LOL)

Liberating Ourselves Locally (aka LOL) was the first QTBIPOC maker space & hacker space in the US! We closed down in 2021 after 10 years of workshops, skill-shares, and community events that worked to dream, design, and build liberation together.

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Liberate 23rd Avenue

We co-founded a collectively run, QTBIPOC-centered land trust! With affordable housing and space for community groups, Liberate 23rd Ave. is still going strong.

Safety and Healing Clinics

Free gatherings held after devastating acts of violence such as the PULSE shooting and the election of Trump. Free name and gender ID change consults with lawyers, free healing services, art-making and self-defense tools and more. We wrapped up our clinics and we're so excited that new groups like the Healing Clinic Collective are holding sacred healing space with QTBIPOC community!