Welcome to the QIPOC Community Hub
What Does QIPOC Mean? And why we use it...
Queer Indigenous and Queer People of Colour (QIPOC)
QIPOC is a solidarity definition, a commitment to work in collaboration with other oppressed people of color who have been minoritized.
Do you know the origin of the term POC?
The term POC or People of Colour, originally WOC or Women of Colour was created by Black and other minority women of color in 1977 during the National Women's Conference, the origin of this term is pretty interesting, check out the video
A Moment in Queer History
Individuals Empowering Our Community
Queering Black History Month 2020
For Black History Month 2020 we turn our focus to the projects, events and spaces created by Queer & Trans Black community members.
In contrast to many ‘queer and trans’ spaces that centre white realities, these initiatives - that often remain unarchived and unrecognized - open up alternative visions of what queer space and community might look like and often put forth radical re-definitions of space, safety and collective care.
QE will be profiling these projects and initiatives to hold their space in the history and foundations of our community, influence on ongoing work, and to continue to speak to the lives of those of us who live and love on the margins, in an effort to not be erased and disappear.
QIPOC Community Resources
Food for Queers
Stay Safe. Not Hungry
Fresh meals for LGBT2Q+ folks within the City of London