decolonization / fino' chamoru / kuttura / politiku

Protect Fino’ Chamoru

Here are two opportunities for concrete and positive action. There will be a  10:00 a.m. hearing on Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016, on the the reestablishment of the CHamoru Language Commission (this bill, co-sponsored by Senators Judith Won Pat and Tina Muña Barnes) at the Legislature building in Hagåtña.  The public is welcomed to attend and make … Continue reading

Artemisia 
famalaoan

Artemisia 

[Artemisia] Gentileschi, still a teenager when the trial ended, was shamed in a culture where honour was everything. Yet it also provided a kind of monstrous publicity. By the 1620s, she was a successful artist working as far from Rome as she could get. And she was taking revenge with the only weapon she had: … Continue reading

decolonization / famalaoan / politiku

Gender & Diversity: Political Forum, 10/26/16

Thank you to our student interns Norie and Juli for moderating and to everyone from the student organization R.I.S.E. (Resisting Injustice and Supporting Equality) who volunteered to help out; and thank you so much to the candidates who attended to speak to our students: incumbent Mayor Melissa Savares of Dedediu, senatorial candidate Amanda Francel Blas, … Continue reading

Moonshot: The Indigenous Comic Collection
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Moonshot: The Indigenous Comic Collection

Must-buy! Edited by Hope Nicholson (Brok Windsor, Lost Heroes, Nelvana of the Northern Lights), AH Comics brings you the multiple-award-winning MOONSHOT: The Indigenous Comics Collection! MOONSHOT is a collection of short stories created by indigenous writers and incredible artists in Canada and the US. From traditional stories to exciting new visions of the future, this … Continue reading