In “The Uses of Anger”, Lorde passionately states: “...anger expressed and translated into action in the service of our vision and our future is a liberating and strengthening act of clarification, for it is in the painful process of this translation that we identify who are our allies with whom we have grave differences, and who are our genuine enemies...Anger is loaded with information and energy.” (Lorde, 1981). This artist-led community art project, inspired by Audre Lorde’s essay, allows members of the Rondo Community in St. Paul to recognize and validate their feelings of anger constructively through artistic expression. The lead artist, paired with a team of dedicated artistic professionals, will create a 20-minute documentary film that chronicles the emotions and creative expressions inspired by the constructive anger of community participants.