Calling all the witches, freedom fighters, seekers of liberation, and those who have been fighting for justice before Trump had even gotten into office.  Calling all those whose daily lives have been acts of resistance since the day they were born.  Calling all those who are just coming into the realization that they have the power to make a difference in this world.  Calling all those who are just plain, fucking TIRED and need a dose of sweetness.

This is for us <3

Resilient as F**k:  Make Art. Rest your Heart. Celebrate Resilience

  |  Sunday, March 26th, 2017  |  1pm-4pm  |

Qulture Collective, 1714 Franklin Street, Oakland, CA

Venue is Wheelchair accessible.

$15 Pre-sale Discount! Feb 27- March 12 |  $20- March 13- 25 |  $25 Day-of and at the door

*Hop around four different tables of art activities


*Nosh on DELICIOUS food offerings by chef Hira Lesea and learn about Food as Medicine in the experience


*Community Spotlight: Learn about the 12th Annual Walk Against Rape, hosted by San Francisco Women Against Rape


*Check out three local vendors (click on their names to check out their website)



Pablo is a crafter, art maker, Aztec Danzante, indigenous Mayan bailador, gardener, seed protector, medicine maker, Yerbero, taking on the path of curanderismo.

They will be bringing protection, resiliency and self-love candles, moon essence body sprays , natural salves including a wonderful chest rub called “Pechito de Quetzal,” magical soaps, and more <3.

Wildish SoulSong

Lillie is a bi-cultural Panamanian American woman and a witch, spirit worker, priestess, ritual artist, altar goddess, aspiring herbalist, healer, academic, and researcher. She feels that women’s medicine will lead humanity into remembering the way of beauty and right-relationship for a sustainable and peaceful future. She works with the elemental realms and is a merged kontomble voice diviner in the West African Dagara tradition and is also an apprentice in faery seership with the House of Brigh.

She will be offering mini tarot readings and selling herbal infused honey, bath salts, flower essences and more <3.



Project Survive

Project SURVIVE is a peer education program of the Women’s Studies department at City College of San Francisco which trains students to make classrooms presentations on promoting healthy relationships. Peer educators, both women and men, suggest resources and information to help students build intimate relationships based on respect and trust. They also offer students strategies for identifying, avoiding, and leaving abusive relationships.

Although Project SURVIVE focuses on ending sexual violence, the program is dedicated to ending all forms of power abuse in relationships–both gay and straight–and in social groups and public institutions.

Stop by their table to learn more about to how to end intimate partner violence as well as more about their program.