Sophia E. Aguiñaga is an author, artist, and intersectional justice activist. Her art spans poetry, philosophy, education, spoken word, collaborative artistic productions, and more. Her work is helping people, leaders, and organizations bridge the chasms between oppression and liberation, fear and love, pain and pleasure, and the human experience behind them all.


Letters of Fear & Love, Aguiñaga's first book, is a ruthless questioning and intentional redefinition of love. Her current undertaking is the creation of a socio-psycho-cultural-political (read: interdisciplinary) philosophy called anti-supremacy.

Tending toward philosophical inquiry and introspection early in life, Sophia has spent countless hours using written and spoken word to explore and investigate how human beings connect to and interact with the relative world. Through her work, she interrogates the hidden interior obstructions that hinder human beings from interacting and connecting with that world to their most expressive and most honest capacities. Engaging intuition and embodied experience, interdisciplinary studies in philosophy, biology, psychology, economics, governance, and critical theory; and multimedia art as inspiration, her life's work is rooted in a dedication to the revelation of Truth.