Jessica Martínez-Cruz is a fifth-year grad student from the Philosophy PhD program at the College of Arts and Letters of MSU. She is a feminist scholar-activist that has been working at the university in Nicaragua and at the same time participating in social research and non-formal educational processes in a diversity of social collectives. Jessica works at the crossroads of humanities and social sciences doing engaged Philosophy. Her research interests focus on the historical dynamics of colonialisms, drawing critical attention to settler colonialism including, but not limited to, modernity and the Euro-US imperialisms, and the practices and thoughts from Indigenous philosophies, feminist epistemologies of black women and women of color attempting to understand specifically the politics of memory, violence, and resistance.