THE LETTER
FORMALLY KNOWN AS Q 

Voices from Minnesota's Queer Immigrant Community
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Cameroon

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Kenya

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Mexico

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Puerto Rico

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India

INTRODUCING THE FEATURED SUBJECTS OF LFKAQ, Vol. 2

BOOK & MULTIMEDIA Archival
SERIES

Learn more about the intergenerational oral history project and ways to purchase LFKAQ, Vol. 2

POP-UP INSTALLATION & COMMUNITY DINNER

Want to learn how to host a pop-up art installation and community dinner in your own community?

RESOURCES FOR QUEER & TRANS & IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES

Do you have or know of resources to share that support Queer, Trans & Immigrant communities better thrive?

CREATE NEW CONNECTIONS + 
CONVERSATIONS WITH OTHERS ACROSS THE QUEER & TRANS DIASPORA

Come hang out, initiate discussions and conversations, and share content in a safe, intentional space designed for Queer and Trans immigrants across communities. 

SUBMIT A
JOB OR OPPORTUNITY TO ELEVATE TRANS & QUEER & Immigrant FUTURES

Looking for a place to post new jobs, opportunities or support for your Queer/Trans-centering organization or platform?

REVIEWS

Community, as seen through the warm, visual voice of Nancy Musinguzi is a beautiful gift. LFKAQ offers us intimate and unapologetically beautiful portraits of humanness that challenge all of the ways Queer, immigrant, Black, people-of-color, non-binary are serially assumed to be separate and unthinkable in one body. This is the book that we need right now. Musinguzi's poetic images and thoughtful questions are the much needed salve that allows us to re-imagine both a sense of self and a sense of place.

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- Tia-Simone Gardner, Author of Sensing Place: House-Scale, Black Geographies, and a Humanly Workable City

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WHAT DOES A BORDERLESS WORLD 
FEEL LIKE?
SMELL LIKE?

SOUND LIKE?
TASTE LIKE?
LOOK LIKE?