Get your Love Liberates: Trans POC Coloring Book!

Table of coloring books, bucket of crayons, and sign-in sheet. Text on covers of books: Love Liberates: A Trans POC Coloring Book.

Pic by Gwen Park:


Trans + gender non-conforming people of color deserve joy + love.

So Peacock Rebellion and People of Coloring commissioned 6 local TGNC POC artists to interview 4 long-time organizers and conjure a coloring book to celebrate the big community win of Liberate 23rd Avenue.

Get your free digital download of the Love Liberates first edition (January 2020)

Pre-order a print copy
(sorry, sold out; donate to help get more copies to the ppl)


With visual art by:

Ajuan Mance
Jesse Burger
mel chen
Nori Reed
Queen Sen Sen

Interviews with:

Devi Peacock
Dr. Michelle
eri oura
Miss Billie Cooper

Laid out by:

Abeni Jones


Thanks to the California Arts Council’s Local Impact program and the City of Oakland Cultural Funding Program’s Oakland VOICES program for funding this <3



Get your free digital download of the Love Liberates first edition (January 2020)


Terms of use: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. This art is free and available for you to use to spread messages of social justice. We welcome you to reproduce it and share it in your community. Please do not alter the image in any way and/or offer these images for sale. Do not use or reprint any image in a publication or for commercial or institutional purposes without the permission of Peacock Rebellion and People of Coloring. If you share the art on social media please tag Peacock Rebellion (@PeacockRebellion) and People of Coloring (@peopleofcoloring).



About Liberate 23rd Ave:

Liberate 23rd Ave. was a love-filled campaign led mostly by TGNC POC to turn a longtime queer and trans POC -centered community building into affordable housing and community space forever.

Community threw down for us.

Thanks to 600+ donors and the People of Color Sustainable Housing Network, Sustainable Economies Law Center, EastSide Arts Alliance, Community Vision (fka Northern California Community Loan Fund), Community Arts Stabilization Trust, Qulture Collective, and especially our beloveds at the Oakland Community Land Trust, in November 2017 we did it! 


Anchored by Cycles of Change‘s community bike shop The Bikery, Oakland SOL (Sustaining Ourselves Locally)’s community garden and event space, QTPOC arts group Peacock Rebellion‘s Liberating Ourselves Locally maker space, and martial arts center Shaolin Life, the Liberated 23rd Ave. Building holds space for thousands of community members every year.


PS Also check out our friends at Forward Together’s gorgeous Trans Liberation art kits!!!