Humanities Guåhan is an independent non-profit organization that
presents and supports public humanities programs and projects for the people of Guam.



Our very own Nedine Songeni, Program and Administrative Coordinator, will be attending the 2019 Young Pacific Leaders Conference in Fiji from March 6-9 to network and engage with other emerging young leaders from the Pacific, who have helped their respective communities through innovative and sustainable projects.



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.



Executive Director Kimberlee Kihleng and Board Vice Chairwoman Marie Lizama will attend this year's Humanities on the Hill (HoH), an annual advocacy event hosted by the Federation of State Humanities Councils. They will join representatives from other state humanities councils from around the country to advocate for federal funding for the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the Federal/State Partnership Division. These federal funds are crucial to continuing the important public humanities work that is carried out in Guam, the larger Pacific Islands region and throughout the country.