Being Anti-Micronesian IS Racist
decolonization / politiku

Being Anti-Micronesian IS Racist

The Guam Daily Post, no less, the same newspaper whose editors so disdained my column yet keep publishing coprolites like Arnold Davis, just released into the world an incoherent and ill-conceived editorial (copied below as well) attacking the FSM government, painting it as “sit[ting] on a pile of cash” while Guam struggles because of COFA migrants. … Continue reading

decolonization / politiku

Personal Reflections on the OneGuam Debate

Who sounded most gubernatorial?  Unquestionably, Ray Tenorio, which makes sense, as he has the most recent experience as lieutenant governor.  He was very well-spoken. Who was most dog-friendly?  Ray Tenorio mentioned, in another interview, recently getting a new puppy. Who was most supportive of women’s rights, such as reproductive choice and protection against harassment and … Continue reading

Live-blogging the One Guam Gubernatorial Debate, May 8, 2018
decolonization / politiku

Live-blogging the One Guam Gubernatorial Debate, May 8, 2018

Live-blogging the “OneGuam Toward Decolonization” Gubernatorial Debate, May 8, 2018, at the University of Guam field house, sponsored by the UOG Regional Center for Public Policy and the Guam Commission on Decolonization — 10:05 – Dennis Rodriguez speaking Chamoru! In his closing. He will serve! He isn’t Chamoru, but he will help the Chamoru people … Continue reading

Nihi-ta na’lå’la’ i Fino’ CHamoru!
decolonization

Nihi-ta na’lå’la’ i Fino’ CHamoru!

Saina ma’åse’: The Hon. Ray Tenorio, lieutenant governor of Guam; Amanda Blas, director of the Commission on Decolonization; Dr. Annette Taijeron Santos, dean of the School of Business and Public Administration; Professor John Rivera; Professor Michael Lujan Bevacqua; Jimmy Teria; Eloy Hara; Adrian Cruz; Jeremy Cepeda; Kenneth Gofigan Kuper and Francine San Nicolas; Joey Certeza; Angela … Continue reading

CHamoru-Language Panel on Decolonization
decolonization / fino' chamoru

CHamoru-Language Panel on Decolonization

On Thursday, March 1, 2018, 6:00-7:30 p.m., the Dean of the School of Business and Public Administration at the University of Guam will host a CHamoru-language panel from the Commission on Decolonization to discuss the status options for Guam/Guåhan: Statehood, Free Association, and Independence. The event is called “Decolonization gi Fino’ CHamoru” (in the CHamoru … Continue reading