From a posthumanist perspective, roller skating can be understood as a collaboration between a human and their roller skates. It is an assemblage of wheels and boots and trucks and human muscles and others, all entangled in relations of desire—desires to move, to experience the flow of movement and with it, other affects. The human exerts agency, the skates push back, wheels turn, and together they perform particular movements in space and through time. Posthumanism enables research to pay attention to not only human action, but also objects and others. In this snapshot I show and tell the affordances (and tensions) for working with posthumanisms for social justice research. Centering roller skates (an object) and roller skating (a practice) I demonstrate how the more-than-human participates in world-making in diverse and novel ways.