Cuir Kitchen Brigade is a Cuir and Transgender Black and Brown led food justice collective that is in solidarity with frontline communities affected by climate change and individuals oppressed by political regimes. This project originates from the reality that black and brown Cuir/Trans, have to carve out their own space due to cuirphobia, transphobia and machismo in our society.
Food Justice is healing justice. Our commitment is to supporting frontline communities and the activist fighting along side them. We receive donations and source local foods and cook meals as a form of mutual aid for those in need.
Need a meal for your protest, action, retreat, feel free to contact us.
We host workshops on a variety of topic that fall under the umbrella of food justice as a way of educating Q/T/BIPOC individuals to interact with their food in a more intimate way. Food is a political act, cooking is a radical act of self love and healing. If you would like us to host a workshop with you feel free to reach out.
Along with all the other work we do, we also host solidarity trips in Latin america as a way of helping individuals from the various diasporas connect to ancestral land, learn traditional practices and build bridges of solidarity with those places.