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Give Micronesian Youth in Hawaii a Chance to Rise

As we prepare for the new year amidst climate change summits and anti-immigrant sentiments from Republican presidential candidates, we pause to reflect on our lives as Micronesians in these United States. In this season of giving, our community continues to suffer from a deficit narrative that unjustly labels us as takers rather than contributors to […]

“Someplace with a Mountain” of Scam

Update: Nov. 15, 2015 – This article was originally posted in December 2011 when the film was first released. I am re-posting it because the film is once again showing on PBS. Yet, the questions I raised in this blog and to Steve personally have never been answered. Do watch the film, but beware of […]

Navigating Success: Pacific Islander students embrace possibilities

Our Navigating Success – 3rd Annual Pacific Islander Youth Empowerment conference for high school students of Pacific Island ethnicities was a complete success. What I started with our Marshallese Iakwe Club and a few colleagues from the Division of Student Affairs for 15 Marshallese students from Ka’u High School has grown into a popular annual […]

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