Our very own Kimberlee Kihleng was featured in the Spring 2019 Issue of NEH's Humanities Magazine! Read how Dr. Kihleng through her leadership at Humanities Guåhan elevates the diverse voices of the Island's community, as written by local writer Wayne Chargualaf.
We're excited to share that our 2018 grant recipient, Guma' Mami, will be hosting the "Do You See Me: Exploring Stigma through the Eyes of Persons with Disabilities," photography exhibit. This exhibit seeks to promote understanding and critical dialogue about the personal and community issues faced by persons with disabilities through photography, poetry, and discussion.
Our Motheread/Fatheread Family Literacy program helps parents and caretakers improve reading and writing skills through creative literacy activities and meaningful conversations about family empowerment.