White supremacy shapes everyone who lives within its grasp. And yet, those effects are varied depending on the realities of our history, our bodies, our relationships. This seminar explores the varied ways we might create spaces of life, mutuality, and solidarity in the midst of a world marked by white supremacy. We will explore a theological understanding of identity and how our bodies do work in the midst of institutionalized racism. Understanding identity as a theological idea, this workshop asks us to see the work our bodies might do in creating spaces of life whether from spaces of privilege, marginalization, or the many spaces in-between.