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This week's Unincorporated spotlight, we feature Arielle Taitano Lowe. Ms. Taitano Lowe is a CHamorrita poet from the village of Agat with dreams of a reunited and independent Marianas. Click below to read her full essay.


Check out Unincorporated, our latest 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. For your convenience, click explore to view the Interactive Print Version or the Online Version.




This Saturday, pacl in pihleng fong (it’s time to tell stories) on Zoom with Mr. Iros Waguk, retired educator in Micronesia and current President of the Kosraean Association of Guam. This event is part of Humanities Guåhan's Virtual Family Story Hour: Cultivating Literacy in Micronesia.