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Episode 8: Trinice McNally

Trinice McNally

Trinice Ìyá Fábùnmí McNally (she/her) is a Black Queer Feminist Migrant & Survivor and nationally recognized transformative leader, student affairs professional, organizer, and creative committed to the liberation of oppressed people. She is passionate about developing strategies, initiatives, and curating spaces for historically marginalized populations to transform & thrive through programmatic, advocacy & political education efforts. Trinice was born in London, England, by way of Jamaica as a grandchild of the Windrush generation. She is an Ifá practitioner in the Yoruba Tradition. She serves as Iyálòdé with her partner Olùwó Bàbá Ifálòwó Ajośe Adéòlá, based in Hyattsville, MD.  


Trinice currently serves as the founding director of the Center for Diversity, Inclusion & Multicultural Affairs at the University of the District of Columbia (UDC), founding organizer of the Envisioning Safety On Our Campuses Now Project (ESOC NOW), and is the founding director/CEO of TJM Forward Culture, Education, and Organizing Group, a creative educational consultant agency committed to developing art, program and organizing initiatives that mobilize societal change & transformation. She believes in the collective power of harnessing indigenous ancestral lineages, transnational organizing, and cultural work to educate, mobilize, heal and inspire change across spaces. 


Episode 1: Khari Gardner

35:55 min

Episode 2: Saba Tshibaka

7:26 min

Episode 3: Alex Soto

53:59 min

Episode 4: Wanda Hernandez

26 min

Episode 5: The Grant Squad

1 hour 11 min

Episode #6 Zoe Bambara Daniel

38:35 min

Episode #7: Manuel Mendez

1 hour 2 min

Episode #8: Trinice McNally

59 min

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