Inspired by the Black queer revolutionaries that are a part of the origins of the Black Lives Matter and #SayHerName movements, “Seeds” tells the story of D, a Black, queer masculine of center woman who is pulled into the movement after seeing her best friend murdered by police. She experiences the turmoil of fighting for justice in a national anti-police violence movement while battling depression, racism, and the homophobia she experiences daily. A 90 minute multimedia theater performance, “Seeds” integrates video, dance, and theater performance to create a visually appealing production and audience experience. From community video activism to police body cams, video signifies the technological currency that has supported the fight against police violence. Video is also being used to document and affirm marginalized experiences and representations by incorporating interviews by Black queer activists. Also, woven in as a visual representation of the healing properties of African ritual and tradition, dance realigns the mind, body, and spirit and is an integral aspect of healing from traumatic experiences for people of African descent. The intentions behind this project are to expose audience members to the myriad of ways Black, queer activists navigate their personal lives and mental health while fighting injustices afflicting both the Black and Queer communities. It is a story about triumph through despair, about fighting in impossible situations, and battling against the constant threat of marginalization and erasure.