Fernanda Espinosa is an oral historian and cultural organizer based in Brooklyn. She has been generating, listening, and interpreting oral histories to inform creative public interventions that bring visibility to social justice issues and that aspire to act as platforms of resistance and dialogue. Her current project is focused on exhibiting immigrant oral histories through sound and visual translations. She is a cofounder and past member of the People’s Collective Arts, a network of artists and cultural organizers who use art and culture to support, mobilize, and amplify social justice, recipient of the Robert Rauschenberg Artist as Activist award. She also coordinates and cofounded Cooperativa Cultural 19 de enero (CC 1/19), an art and oral history collaboration with Raul Ayala.