This workshop is presented by people of color, for people of color. Adequate self-care is vital to sustaining long-lasting careers in domestic violence advocacy. The Women of Color Network (WOCN) coined the term "endangerment of the women of color advocate" to describe the challenges faced by WOC advocates in the domestic violence field that can often result in shorter careers for WOC than their white counterparts. Advocates of color often face additional challenges serving survivors of color, especially when navigating white institutions. The elevated difficulty of doing anti-oppressive domestic violence advocacy increases the importance of self-care to address stress. This workshop will provide a space for advocates of color to commune and discuss barriers to self-care and possible solutions. Participants will explore the impacts of power and privilege on access to various forms of self-care and discuss alternative ways to frame success in self-care. Participants will engage in experiential learning through mindfulness practice, embodied movement, and art-making to practice various modalities of self-care.