Liveblogging the Decolonization Forum at UOG, 10-29-15
decolonization / kuttura / militat / politiku

Liveblogging the Decolonization Forum at UOG, 10-29-15

Si Yu’us ma’ase’to Dr. LisaLinda Natividad of the Social Work program at UOG and her wonderful students who have put this event together; thank you also to Women and Gender Studies and Chamorro Studies for co-sponsoring this event.  Senators Tony Ada and BJ Cruz are in the audience.  The Decolonization Registry is active in the lobby.  Performances … Continue reading

Mamfeminista ham (in four movements)
decolonization / famalaoan / politiku

Mamfeminista ham (in four movements)

Movement One (Spanish): Somos feministas, nietas de las brujas que nunca pudiste quemar, y sobrevivientes del genocidio machista que históricamente hemos vivido y seguimos viviendo las mujeres. Queremos invadir el espacio de la opinión pública analizando la realidad desde nuestros feminismos. Porque es en la esfera política en la que se recortan nuestros derechos y … Continue reading

Governor Ota
militat

Governor Ota

I am in Okinawa right now and it has been a whirlwind of a trip to say the least. With the help of my friend Shinako Oyakawa, I’ve been able to conducted more than a dozen interviews with various activists in two islands, the main island of Okinawa and Ishigaki part of the Yaeyama Islands … Continue reading

Chamorro Novel Writing Month – Interview with Author Tanya Chargualaf Taimanglo’
lepblo

Chamorro Novel Writing Month – Interview with Author Tanya Chargualaf Taimanglo’

Un dangkolo’ na si Yu’os ma’åse’ to Tanya Chargualaf Taimanglo’ for taking the time to talk with us about her career and NaNoWriMo / ChaNoWriMo [November!]. Tanya Chargualaf Taimanglo’ is a wonderful, wonderful writer with a very distinctive and cool voice who really takes the time in her work to explore culture and character. She … Continue reading