Learn about Kapwa Collective's guiding principles and how we facilitate our Kapwa Playshop: "Katutubong Binhi (Native Seeds) Offering" - How to make Plantable Paper as an Offering to the Land.
This zine was created as part of Marvellous Grounds - a book and web-based project that seeks to document and create space to vision the ways that QTBIPOC (queer and trans Black, Indigenous and people of colour) create communities, innovate projects and foster connections within Toronto/Three Fires Territories and beyond.
A free version of the zine is available online. To purchase a printed copy, please contact KapwaCollective [at] gmail.com
thanks to the Marvellous Grounds team for bringing together art, writing and research that is in the service of community building.
jo simalaya alcampo explores memory, healing, and kapwa values through storytelling and community-engaged art