A participatory installation and performance series addressing conversations of race and class disparities through meditation, body-based archiving, textile sculpture, multi-media, and community workshops. Steeped in somatic exercises, participants use movement and storytelling to humanize intellectual understandings of oppression. What is created when personal stories of internalized otherness, separation, and dominance are exposed and woven together through collective sculpture creation? These avenues of engagement allow participants to physically grapple with the seemingly intangible forces that dictate much of our inter and outer group dynamics. Two Sisters, One Womb viscerally questions the impacts of living in a supposed “post-racial” America.