Dominic Cedillo

Ethnic Studies
Political Science

Research Project: Azusa Street: Institutional Formation & Racial Implications

Research Topics (including but not limited to): Racial Politics, Social Movements, Stratification, and Identity

Graduation Year: 2024

Dominic Cedillo (he/him) is a native of the Bay Area. In 2019 he transferred to Cal from Chabot College in Hayward, California. It was at Chabot that Dominic discovered his passion for Social Justice. This passion informs his various research interests. Currently, his research focuses on the Azusa Street Revival. More precisely, the conditions that led to such an event, subsequent racial implications, and present-day social reverberations in the organizations birthed from the Revival. In all of his work, Dominic seeks to ameliorate the conditions of the “least of these.” Following his BA, Dominic plans to obtain his Ph.D. in Ethnic Studies and/or Sociology. He ultimately wants to become a professor, using his position to highlight issues affecting marginalized communities and mentor youth in his community.