Monica Trinidad is a queer, Latinx artist and organizer, born and raised on the southeast side of Chicago. She is the co-founder of Brown and Proud Press, For the People Artists Collective and the People’s Response Team. Monica creates artwork to cultivate the practice of hope and to spark imagination in both organizers immersed in the day-to-day spadework of movement building and in every resident in Chicago. Her work on the 2014 We Charge Genocide delegation, of which she was part of, is currently in permanent collection at DuSable Museum of African American History. You can listen to her every week on the Lit Review podcast, a literary podcast for the movement, with her co-host Page May.