Magic Makers event celebrates queer culture and self-care
on December 12, 2018
At the seventh annual Magic Makers event last week at Humanist Hall in Oakland, people celebrated queer culture and promoted self-care. Dozens of Bay Area vendors sold books, zines and tinctures, and talked about effective ways to stay in good health. There was even a station designed to provide massages and acupuncture. The event was intended to be a safe space for queer people to sell their products, and family was welcome.
Click the video above to see more from the Magic Makers event.
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