A Cathartic Exercise in Rage is a durational participatory performance that invites self-identified persons of African descent to revel in the catharsis of the expression of our rage. The experience is the result of 400 years of servitude, colonization, economic disenfranchisement, systemic racism and violence. I provide one hundred pieces white fragility (white ceramic objects) in a room with firetruck red walls and adorn myself in white clothing. I then offer the white fragility to my rage and invite others to release with me. Participants are able to exercise their rage without fear of police or state sanctioned violence. Once our rage has been released, we stand together in our collective rage and offer the remnants of white fragility for persons of european descent to reckon with.