record yourself reading this text from Kristen Simmons (on Timothy Choy) out loud:

"Choy (2011) reminds us of the Latin root of conspire, as a breathing together, declaring:

'Breathers of the world, conspire!' We need to conspire to strategize logics of agitation, which displace and unsettle. Doing so calls us not to ignore difference, but to create alter-relations with one another. As Choy underscores elsewhere, 'breathing together rarely means breathing the same.'"

Breathe as deeply as you need before sending your recording to someone you trust.

read the whole text.