About Us

Fearlessly in Bloom is an arts and retail store that supports somatic liberation and healing justice for all bodies. This page will give more information about the somatic work that we support, and how proceeds from this website directly fund liberation work in Washington, DC and beyond.

Fearlessly in Bloom

Fearlessly in Bloom is located in the District of Columbia, historically known as Chocolate City: a district ever-popping with community organizing and political activism. All of the art products sold through our storefront are thoughtfully designed, digitized, and curated by a Black + Indigenous non-binary artist. Our store partners directly with community-centered businesses that align with our values and operate with integrity.

In a cultural moment where Black identity is often appropriated as a trend, Fearlessly in Bloom creates a space where Black Joy can be celebrated by culture-bearers and allies alike.

At Fearlessly in Bloom, we welcome our community allies to uplift Black Joy, healing, and liberation by supporting our store. One of the best ways that allies can support our collective work towards Black Liberation is by donating directly to The Liberation Fund.

To learn more about our brand's wholesale options, connect with us on Faire.

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The Liberation Garden

The Liberation Garden provides somatic resources, embodiment tools, and healing services at free or low cost to BIPOC communities. While practitioners within our network may choose to make certain services available at regular cost to allies, all funds from The Liberation Garden go directly towards offering accessible services to Black and Indigenous communities.

We created The Liberation Garden to provide somatic tools and embodiment resources at accessible levels to these specific communities, because we understand that healing resources and treatment programs are often priced at rates that are inacessible to victims of structural violence & oppression. We also recognize that somatic resources are not only pivotal in action, but necessary for our collective healing.

The Liberation Garden was created to bridge the gap between healing resources and the BIPOC communities in need of deep care.

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