January 22, 2008
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THIS ISSUE - TULU'NGA'FULU'LIMA - January 18, 2008 -
"Guinifen i Mañainå-ta"
Welcome to the 35th issue of Minagahet, a sen popble yan gof taya'salape, educational and informational internet zine created, dedicated andsustained by commitments to the following things:
1. Promoting alternative ways and ideas of thinking about Guam's status, whether it be political, social, cultural, economic, etc.
2. Promoting the Chamorro way of life, its ideas and expressions, whether they be ancient, antigo or contemporary.
3. Educating and working towards the decolonization of Guam, and supporting whatever status the Chamorro people chose.
Pinagat Siha Put i Estao Pulitikat Guahan gi i United Nations gi 2007:
Histories of Apathy and Histories of Hope
Pinagat as Keith Lujan Camacho, University of California, Los Angeles
Remnants of Colonialism, Recommendations for the Future
Pinagat as Hope Cristobal Jr. Psychologist
Endangering Chamoru Self-Determination
Pinagat as Sabina Flores Perez, Economic and Environmental Activist
An Island for Sale
Pinagat as Victoria Leon Guerrero, The Guahån Coalition for Peace and Justice
Protecting Our Roots
Pinagat as Rima Miles, Guahån Indigenous Collective
From the Waiting Room of History
Pinagat Si Michael Lujan Bevacqua, Famoksaiyan
Call for Papers: Postcolonial Futures in a Not Yet Postcolonial World:Locating the Intersections of Ethnic, Indigenous and Postcolonial Studies.
Call for Papers for a conference to take place March 5-7, 2008 at the University of California, San Diego, which will discuss the intersections of ethnic, indigenous and postcolonial studies, in particular places such as Guam and communities such as Guam, who find themselves trapped in a colonial existence in a world where colonialism is supposedly non-existent.