Stephanie Aliaga is a journalist, artist, and community organizer based in Queens, NY.

She is the founder and executive director of Mujeristas Collective, a non-profit organization and platform for women of color and Latinas. Stephanie recently received the New Works Grant from the Queens Council on the Arts funded by New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and Greater New York Arts Development Fund to support the Mujeristas Collective project.

Stephanie writes articles with a focus on immigration, social justice, and community issues. Photography and self-publishing are her tools to document and showcase a collection of contemporary art and writings from women of color in a global perspective.

She received her bachelor of science in journalism and a minor in photojournalism from St. John's University in May, 2018. During her time there, she founded the first feminist organization on campus, Feminists Unite that continues to hold meetings today.

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Mujeristas Collective at ZonaMaco, an international art fair in Mexico City, February 2019.

Mujeristas Collective at ZonaMaco, an international art fair in Mexico City, February 2019.