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Queer Rebel Fest 2018 - The Future Is Ours - goodbye white supremacy.

NOTE: ASL Interpretation on Saturday night!!

Queer Rebels (QRP) is celebrating 10 years of presenting the best QTPOC (Queer & Trans People of Color) performances in the Bay Area and beyond!

This year we celebrate our past with a queer eye to a glorious future.

Who better than QTPOC Artists to weave a vibrant tomorrow from the ashes of a dying system? Who better than the marginalized to create a new center to hold the multiplicity of the possibility of a world without white supremacy?

NQAF & QRP present two evenings of music, dance, performance, video and, readings from an intergenerational, intersectional cast of QTPOC stars.

Featuring:

Faluda Islam, drag queen/revolutionary, weaving a story of Queer Muslim Futurism.

Blackberri Community treasure and Oaklands best kept secret, singing freedom songs connecting our futures to our past.

AhSa -Ti Nu - poet, actress, and musician, AhSa-Ti Nu a talent with a voice for the ages.

Dawn Rudd, best known as an abstract expressionist painter, is coming home to an old love, live performance, sharing her healing and inspiring writing with us, because we know there is no future without healing.

Dazie' Grego - Sykes Joins us this year and is the 2016 Best of Fringe winner

Tijanna Eaton reading from her book BOLT Cutters a story of recidivism and redemption and how to create a future.

Beautiful Being is a Collaboration featuring Arisa White and Europa Grace, sharing with us a brave space for QTPOC to (re)member the beauty they’ve been seduced away from knowing about themselves.

Transplanting, a film by Zerena Diaz; Somewhere Between Plant and Animal I Bloom.

KB Boyce, Co - Founder of QRP, rebel rouser, writer and musician creates music for the revolution.

Jai Lee Yee shares their film Femme Is My Reflection.

Javier Stell - Frresquez will be returning from a European performance of the wonderfully beautiful and timely Mother - The Verb.

Tina Kashiwagi joins us with a captivating multi media performance of a new a brand new piece.

Baruch Porras-Hernandez, A San Francisco favorite joins a once again sending us into the future with laughter on our lips and joy on our hearts.

Crystal Mason returns to Queer Rebels with a new film called LOVE.ME. GOOD.

Crystal is also the new Managing Director of QRP!

Finally, bringing it all together our host and emcee for the night, Black Benatar will bless us with her one of a kind brand of performance!

Founded in 2008, Queer Rebel Productions showcases queer & trans artists of color, connects generations, and honors our histories with art for the future.

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*Solidarity tix help community members who can not afford the ticket price! The tix you purchase will be held at will call for community members in need! Thank you!

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