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

decolonization / politiku

“150 years of cultural genocide: Today, like all days, is an insult”

ROMEO SAGANASH, Special to The Globe and Mail, Saturday, Jul. 01, 2017 What does it mean to be safe and free in the context of a colonial state when it is celebrating its sesquicentennial? The front lines of Indigenous struggle are everywhere, now: from the prairies, boreal forests and rivers to city streets, in classrooms and in … Continue reading