This essay includes an interview with Rev. Dr. Trinity A. Ordona, a recognized revolutionary political activist, community organizer, college teacher, and spiritual adviser. The interview highlights the political, academic, and spiritual paths of her journey as it relates to Ethnic Studies—past, present, and future.
Rev. Dr. Trinity Ordona, A Queer Filipina American Activist Scholar: Her Journey from Political Revolutionary to Human Evolutionary
Dr. Xamuel Bañales is an assistant professor and director of Ethnic Studies at California State University, Stanislaus. Bañales’ scholarship focuses on age, race/ethnicity, class, gender, and sexuality in relation to social movements, critical pedagogy, and decolonial theory and practice. In addition to producing short films and publishing in academic anthologies, Bañales has authored essays in a variety of journals, including: nineteen sixty-nine: an ethnic studies journal;Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies; Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society;The Bilingual Review/Revista Bilingüe; andNorth American Congress on Latin America.
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Xamuel Bañales; Rev. Dr. Trinity Ordona, A Queer Filipina American Activist Scholar: Her Journey from Political Revolutionary to Human Evolutionary. Ethnic Studies Review 1 October 2019; 42 (2): 68–82. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/esr.2019.42.2.68
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