Members of the Women of Color Speak Out collective, based in Portland, share reflections and analysis following their participation in Break Free Pacific Northwest direct actions, which included blockades of fossil fuel transporting trains by activists camped out for multiple nights on the train tracks, by kayaks on the water blocking oil shipping ports. They discuss feelings of success, learning, empowerment, and community strength, as well as issues of white fragility, privilege and oppression within the climate movement.