Trinity Amari Colón (she/her) is a Mexican-American, Puerto Rican nineteen-year-old environmental justice organizer and abolitionist. Proud of her roots in the Southeast Side of Chicago, her work stems straight from love for the resilient community. As a student leader in the multi-generational Stop General Iron campaign, Trinity helped lead the fight against Chicago’s racially motivated relocation of a serial polluter. Since, she has worked alongside the Chicago Environmental Justice Network, Southeast Environmental Task Force, National Resource Defense Council, and more local grassroots coalitions. Trinity harbors publications on the abolishment of carceral systems and environmental racism within The TRIIBE Chicago and TeenVogue. Currently, she is a first-year, first-generation college student at Northwestern University studying Social Policy, Environmental Policy & Culture, and Spanish. She sees the act of storytelling and vulnerability as a practice of resistance. Trinity is passionate about exploring the relationship between capitalism, environmental injustice, and racism to achieve collective liberation.