Years of Black, Brown and Otherized bodies, of all ages, dying in pursuit of dignity and resistant to injustice didn’t push people into action until being exposed as a nation, unapologetically living the ideals of colonialism. Through the representation of a presidential candidate and ultimately as the one sitting in office though known to not have been elected by the people, are the ideas of democracy, equality and justice truly in question. As White fragility increases, the population of those convinced that privilege was irrelevant and that we were in an era of post-colonialism, neo-liberalism, or a new form of racism, has decreased. Moving towards social justice requires reclaiming the building of community. The reclaiming pertains to the practices that indigenous communities modeled for not only survival but for the sharing of space, resources, knowledge, and building a shared value system that extended human interaction—inviting originality and agency.