Ondine M. Quinn

Title

Ondine M. Quinn

Description

Ondine Quinn shares her journey toward working in community organizing. Quinn describes her passion for social justice, discussing her activism, her achieving a Master's degree in social work at the University of Kentucky, and the complex negotiations she has been required to make in the past between her identity as a queer Latinx woman and her role as a community organizer.

Subject

Families.
Childhood
Education
Sexual orientation
Sexual minorities' families.
Sexual minorities.
Sexual minority youth
Universities and colleges
Lesbians
Ohio State University
Relationships
Lexington (Ky.)
Queer

Format

video

Identifier

2018oh591_lgbtq046

Interviewer

Adriana Sisko

Interviewee

Ondine M. Quinn

Interview Keyword

Religion
Community organizing
Kentuckians for the Commonwealth
Community organizers
Traveling
University of Kentucky College of Social Work
Cuba
Ohio

Files

out_quinn.PNG


Citation

“Ondine M. Quinn,” OutSouth: LGBTQ+ Oral History Project, accessed December 11, 2019, https://nunncenter.net/outsouth/items/show/58.