KAKYO Project began with the desire to provide healing justice through space and to empower queer creatives.
The space is built on a diverse, anti-oppressive, inclusive, supportive, dynamic, anti-racist, trans-positive, queer-positive framework.
Empowering creatives, bringing people together while also healing and transforming afro queer lives in East Africa.
Our programs use the creative landscape to provide transformative, healing to afro queers throughout the East African continent.
We disrupt the singular narrative of inequities within the creative arts and provide programs that are artistically and socially engaging for participants of all walks of life.
We make Accessible Gear for African trans and non-binary community.
We gather illustrious rosters of queer creatives and strive towards artistic excellence through programs, dialogues and relationships. We connect queer creatives of divergent disciplines with the larger community through gathering, storytelling and creative programs.
We strive to create connections and strengthen networks. Our programs, like the Healing Sanctuary, help African queers engage in wholesome growth of mental, spiritual, sensual, and physical whole being.
We are a small but mighty team of experts.
Learm more about the team making the dream work.
- Meet with the woman using art and fashion to change LGBTI lives in Uganda
- Introducing: KAKYOPROJECT
- CoCuDi December Newsletter
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- Omusiya Tayangwa… Bullshit!
- BANTU — Art for women’s rights
- Kakyo’s Story