Glenda Duldulao

Decolonizing Stories and Walking through Borders: The Praxis of Pilgrimage, how the walls come down, how the fragmented becomes whole

Glenda Duldulao has been engaged in witnessing and co-creating spaces of critical community engagement through the praxis of pilgrimages for over seven years. Glenda was born in the island of Luzon, Philippines. She grew up in Kalihi in the Hawaiian Islands, was the first in her family to graduate from high school, university, and earn her Master’s degree. As Glenda grounds herself in a new home Tacoma, WA, she is learning to engage long-time and new residents, who are predominantly older White Caucasians, creating tables and spaces that invites the realizing and crossing of the walls that surrounds our stories; engaging in dialogues that allows us to hear one other, naming the constructions that have shaped and continues to shape our lives.

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