Fiestan Salu Salo: Celebrating the Flavors of Guam and the Philippines features Filipino food traditions and the exploration of the historical relationship between Guam and the Philippines and their shared influences.
Humanities Guåhan is currently developing an oral history and online exhibit project entitled GUAM WOMEN WARRIORS that focuses on women currently serving in the military and those who have returned to civilian life.
Working in partnership with NEH, Humanities Guåhan provides financial support for community-based humanities programs aimed at public audiences . . .
Humanities Guåhan established the MOTHEREAD/FATHEREAD program in 2000 to encourage family reading and improve literacy on Guam.
Humanities Guåhan is hosting civic reflection conversations to build greater understanding and awareness of the social, cultural, economic and ethnic issues that affect the lives of all residents . . .
MUSEUM ON MAIN STREET (MOMS) is a key initiative of the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) made in partnership with different humanities councils. . . .
Learn more about Humanities Guåhan’s exciting partnerships, short-term projects and special events.
Take a look at some of the past great work of Humanities Guåhan.
222 CHALAN SANTO PAPA
REFLECTION CENTER SUITE 106
HAGATNA, GU 96910
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