The Anitafrika Method using the Sorplusi Principles is an intersectional anti-oppressive liberation framework originated by d’bi.young anitafrika and utilized by artists, instigators, educators, and change-makers globally. The method cultivates self-actualization, creativity, and leadership in its practitioners. Sorplusi, which emerges out of Jamaica’s dub poetry and the Caribbean’s popular theatre, was inspired by the seminal dub theory work of anitafrika’s mother, pioneer dub poet Anita Stewart, and the dub theatre work of her mentor ahdri zhina mandiela. The acronym S.O.R.P.L.U.S.I represents the eight foundational principles of Self-knowledge, Orality, Rhythm, Political content and context, Language, Urgency, Sacredness, and Integrity balanced by eight bodies: physical, mental, emotional, creative, spiritual, economic, community, and beyond body. Sorplusi’s multiple applications include personal growth, art/theatre-making, health interventions, or- ganization culture-building, transformational justice, and leadership development.