Humanities Guåhan is pleased to present “Unincorporated: Voting, Voices and Visions para Guåhan,” a webinar series and digital magazine exploring CHamoru stories, experiences and perspectives on civic engagement in relation to voting rights, democracy, decolonization, self-determination and Guåhan’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 the launch of Humanities Guåhan's online and print magazine with contributors Teresita Perez, Dr. Theresa Arriola and Angela Santos. Project consultant Dr. Michael Lujan Bevacqua will facilitate the discussion highlighting their individual contributions from essay to poetry to art, and the magazine's overall themes and topics. With a special performance by CHamoru musician and educator Joe Garrido.