How can built environments reveal subjugated stories of the past? How are we affected by the historical traces and ghosts that linger in our dwelling places? How are race, gender, class, and disability embedded in architecture? How might we ultimately understand ourselves as artifacts of space and place as we make and tell histories otherwise? This meditation moves across various architectural sites to weave minoritized histories across time and space, using the figure of the nest as a dwelling place that resists the colonial force of history.