Resistance Against Displacement

Queer the Land is a collaborative project grounded in the self-determination of queer, trans, and two spirit Black/indigenous/people of color (QT2BIPOC) and the vision of collectively owning our land and labor.

Next Orientation: June 10th

About Queer The Land

Queer The Land was formed to directly address the root causes and power structures that displace our communities and destabilize the organizing work that is vital to our survival. The idea for this project comes from our collective experience: The lived experience of the housing crisis and economic displacement in Seattle. We want to build the solution ourselves as the communities most impacted by these issues. We envision Queer The Land as a rare community space where the needs of QT2BIPOC are centered, and our dreams are nurtured.

There are many ways you can support QTL.

In addition to raising funds for our home and community space, we are also committed to compensating our members for the many hours they’ve contributed to this project. You can support QT2BIPOC in collective owning land and our labor in the following ways:

Donate Supplies

Supplies and Equipment:

  • First Aid Kits
  • Waterproof Backpack or Duffel Bag
  • Water treatment tablets
  • Plastic tarps/sheeting
  • Seeds 
  • Tools
  • Flares
  • Whistle
  • Flashlight/Headlamp
  • + More

Donate Supplies Here

Donate Land
Donate Land, Property, Space:

  • A primary or secondary residence, single and multi-family homes
  • Vacation home
  • Farm
  • Commercial building
  • Apartment Building
  • Parcel of land
  • A free space to host our meetings and events (Capacity of 10 – 50 ppl)

Donate Land Here

Money Donation

Money Donations:

Donations to Queer the Land will help fund our housing project, BASE, resource sharing, and organizational operations. You may donate by credit or debit card, or check by mailing it directly to us.

Donate Money Here

Member Profiles

Aimée-Josiane Twagirumukiza

“We know that conflict is inevitable and so our continued education and practice of restorative and transformative justice principles remain an important part of my love for Queer The Land.”

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Thank you to our gracious sponsors!