The Black Cat House is an organization dedicated to educating ourselves and the community about oppressive power structures, and how to dismantle them.
Our goal is to create a safe and accessible space for all members of the community to learn about important issues and share their own experiences. We host a variety of events for people with different levels of knowledge and have internal discussions to address our privilege. We are not limited to any specific ideology, but our principles are derived from anti-capitalism, anti-racism, feminism, queerdom, and environmentalism.
The house itself is owned and maintained by two founding members, which means that we don’t have to rely on fundraising to keep the house open. We offer free wifi and a public-use computer for our guests, and a growing radical library and zine collection accessible for those who attend our events.
The Black Cat House is wheelchair accessible, but we do have cats living at the house. If you have accessibility requests, please don’t hesitate to ask; we will try our best to meet your needs. You can message us through our facebook page, or email us at contact (at) theblackcathouse (dot) org.