Anger can make it clear to us where our hurt lies, and with awareness, slowness, and care, anger can alchemize into actions guided by courage. Anger asks us: How would you walk alongside me if the path was not built on white supremacy’s imagination?
The most anti-capitalist protest is to care for another and to care for yourself. To take on the historically feminized and therefore invisible practice of nursing, nurturing, caring. To take seriously each other’s vulnerability and fragility and precarity, and to support it, honor it, empower it. To protect each other, to enact and practice community. A radical kinship, an interdependent sociality, a politics of care.