We are pleased to present “Unincorporated: Voting, Voices and Visions para Guåhan,” an upcoming five-part webinar series and digital magazine exploring CHamoru stories, experiences, and perspectives on civic engagement in relation to voting rights, democracy, decolonization, self-determination and Guam’s political status.
We believe in the power of sharing stories! Learn about our community conversation project invite and engage diverse community members to participate in exploratory conversations that encourage deep learning and inquiry. Through conversations, we build a sense of purpose and commitment to being responsive to community needs.
Join us for a creative and insightful conversation on the role of and link between art and politics through conversations with CHamoru artists Ric Castro, Cara Flores, and Kerri Ann "Ifit" Na'puti Borja. This discussion will be facilitated by Dr. Melissa Taitano, Assistant Professor of Library Science/Library Technical Services at the University of Guam, apprentice carver under the tutelage of Palu Master Traditional Navigator Larry Raigetal, and Humanities Guåhan Board Member.