Queer Humboldt is grateful to the Wiyot, Yurok, Hupa, Karuk and neighboring Tribes for their leadership, stewardship and many cultural contributions, both historical and present. We affirm Native sovereignty. We pledge 1% of our annual budget to the Wiyot Tribe through the honor tax program and we pledge to dismantle settler-colonialism through our work.
Queer Humboldt practices intersectional liberation; we work to be allies and accomplices for all marginalized populations since when any of us are oppressed, we all suffer. Queer people exist in all communities, thus queer liberation is inextricable intertwined with the Black Lives Matter movement, just immigration policies and practices, Native sovereignty, Disability Rights, feminism, body positivity and all movements that dismantle systems of oppression.
We believe decolonizing heteronormative ideals of love, family and sexuality is necessary for the health and restoration of our world.