The Feminist Flea Market & Craft Fair will host a pair of outdoor markets.
More than 40 local artists and vendors will sell wares at each location, including handmade clothing and jewelry, live plants, candles, vintage accessories and homemade beauty products.
Markets will be held on Aug. 27 from 6-10 p.m. at the Cherry Street Pier and on Sept. 25 from noon to 7 p.m. at Love City Brewing at 1023 Hamilton St.
The market will be featuring artists who are marginalized for their gender, including women, trans, non-binary and gender non-conforming folks, and makers who are Black, Indigineous and People of Color are prioritized.
There is a $5 entry fee at each location. Proceeds from the Cherry Street Pier market benefit Homies Helping Homies, a mutual aid initiative based in Point Breeze that’s focused on the distribution of free household essentials.
Proceeds from the Love City market will go to Coalition for Black Trans Economic Liberation, which was created for and by Black, transgender Philadelphians to redistribute wealth, in its many forms, from non-Black people everywhere to Black LGBTQ+ people in Philadelphia. The Feminist Flea Market raised more than $13,000 for local mutual aid organizations during the last two virtual markets.