A Tribe Called Queer
The mission of A Tribe Called Queer is to cultivate safe spaces for BIPOC & LGBTQIA2S+ through mental wellness, art, education, and more. The everlasting empowerment of BIPOC & LGBTQIA2S+ communities is our goal.
Regardless of how one may identify on the spectrums of gender and sexuality, it’s important that your identity be affirmed in as many places as possible.
A Tribe Called Queer aims to affirm you in all of your magnificence.
A Tribe Called Queer is a Los Angeles based multidisciplinary community organization dedicated to the everlasting empowering of BIPOC & LGBTQIA2S+ communities through mental health, wellness, art, education and more!
We provide accessible community programs, incredible resources, free virtual offerings, an archival podcast, gender neutral clothing line, wellness zine, and more to come!
Our Founder is Sabine Maxine Lopez (she/they). A Queer BIPOC Non-Binary Femme from Los Angeles, California. A natural born multi-hyphenate, you can find Sabine expressing herself through design, writing, photography, fashion, and much more. Most recently her essay ‘My Journey to Design’ was included in the book ‘The Black Experience in Design: Identity, Reflection & Expression!’