“I Tonadan Guahan”

  Sumasaga gui’ gi gima’-hu un ga’lågitu, si Laolao, put si Lalanghita, un gof kinute na neni na hilet oro na chaochaolao.  (Ahe’, ti sumasaga gui’ giya Saipan, gi Lao Lao Bay!) Put fabot, asi’i yu’, yanggen ti gof maolek yu’ gi Fino’ CHamoru.  Mahgef yu’ todu i tiempo, sa’ gof dikike’ si Laolao, yan … Continue reading

decolonization / politiku

United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples – U.S.

United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Victoria Tauli-Corpuz End of Mission Statement 3 March 2017 In my capacity as United Nations Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples, I carried out a visit to the United States of America from 22 February to 3 March 2017 to study the human … Continue reading



I consider that speaking lived histories involves a great responsibility that cannot be omitted, because decontextualizing them gives the impression of wanting to profit from the raw reality that torments Mayan communities: the racism, something we don’t identify (or recognize) in the film because apparently it is only an individual history. The film avoids delving … Continue reading


“America’s Real Migrant Crisis Is the One You’ve Never Heard Of”

But Hawaii’s homeless epidemic has masked another crisis, one that implicates the highest levels of the US government and has left thousands of legal US residents mired in poverty and homelessness. Jaymiola and Jerana’s family came to Hawaii, via Guam, from the island state of Chuuk in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM). The FSM … Continue reading