Black Queer People Serving Black Folx, Queer Folx and Black Queer Folx
BPOQe would like to acknowledge the ancestral, traditional, unceded territory of the Kiikaapoi, Jumanos, Tawakoni and Wichita Nations on which we are on today. We recognize the Indigenous peoples as the original stewards of the land that we thrive on. We respect and embrace their continued connection to the land that we thrive on as settlers, at the cost of of these people being dispossessed of their homelands. BPOQe also embraces the Black-Afro Indigenous intersectionalities and experiences. For these experiences, we treasure an everlasting homage and connection with our Indigenous siblings. Please join us in honoring the Indigenous peoples and pause for a moment of reflection.