In October of 2022, Tracing the Stream will host a Virtual Symposium and correlate graduate courses at the University of Arkansas and Texas Christian University to pay homage to the legacy of Jacqueline Jones Royster and her work, Traces of a Stream: Literacy and Social Change Among African American Women. Traces was the first of its kind in the field of rhetoric-composition studies that located Black Feminism as a critical point of origins and praxis. We are continuing in that work. This digital space aligns with the October 2022 symposium and is co-sponsored by Dr. Eric Pritchard and Dr. Carmen Kynard. We will fiercely pursue Black feminist research, teaching, and what Alexis Pauline Gumbs calls "community-accountable" activist scholarship. We will (re)consider challenging and necessary questions about what it means (or could mean) to study, teach, and activate the Black feminist literacies and rhetorical traditions in 2022 and beyond.