During their residency at ZK/U, Sarah extended their work on the Intersectional AI Toolkit, building on established but marginalized tactics to reshape and reimagine more ethical and equitable zine-making workshops and collaborations into printed and interactive publications. They also developed prototypes for anarchist AI²tangible, accessible tools that expose their own making and reveal their flaws. Together these tools and resources ask: Whose voices, visions, and stories are captured by automated systems? Whose are excluded, harmed, or undermined? And how can AI systems truly be for anyone to engage and intervene in?