Trishia Domingo ’14, Information Systems, is secretary for UMBC’s Information Systems Council of Majors, vice president for the Information Systems Security Association, and practice manager for the club field hockey team.
I created this video for my Studies in Feminist Activism class (GWST 200). We were given the options to create a digital story that describes our relationship to activism, our identity as an activist, or the story of an activist that we find inspiring. Our instructor, Kate Drabinski, wants to have an archive of digital stories to showcase how UMBC students see themselves as activists. I wanted to share my story because I always saw the term “activist” as ambiguous and I knew that I was not the only one who felt this way.
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