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Sunday, 20 May

01:56

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Saturday, 19 May

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Friday, 18 May

08:11

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CIRCA  Cultural & Indigenous Research Centre Australia

04:00

Akaku Upstairs on Hiatus until July 12, 2018 "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople.pacific"

During our hiatus we will be planning for the Thursday Salon Series schedule for July, August and September. We will be back in action on July 12th with a new time 6:00-7:30pm. If you know a person, organization or entity who needs a place to share incredible resources and opportunities with the Maui Community, please

The post Akaku Upstairs on Hiatus until July 12, 2018 appeared first on Akaku.

02:49

Akaku Mobile Youth Journalism (YBEAM) Announces the Summer Session Dates for 2018 "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople.pacific"

Akaku Mobile Youth Journalism (YBEAM) Announces the Summer Session Dates for 2018 June 5th July 7th Two Sessions 12 openings Kahului, Hawaii: Akak is Mauis only non-profit TV Station providing mobile video training for Maui Nui youth. Youth Broadband Education Awareness Mentoring (YBEAM) offers youth 12 18 years the opportunity to become

The post Akaku Mobile Youth Journalism (YBEAM) Announces the Summer Session Dates for 2018 appeared first on Akaku.

01:44

Senior Arts Officer, Aboriginal Partnerships "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople.pacific"

Victoria State Government  Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources

00:06

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00:01

Team Manager (CPP-5.2) "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople.pacific"

Victoria State Government Health and Human Services

Thursday, 17 May

20:45

iMovie Training with Rick Ortiz of the MacPro Wednesdays in May 16, 23 and 30, 2018 "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople.pacific"

Kahului, Hawaii: Join Rick Ortiz, from the macpro, as he teaches hands-on iMovie training at Akaku! He is going to help you learn the skills to edit your stories with this free application! Get notes on navigation, importing, editing and personal project completion.Three day class series: Day 1: The App: iMovie Navigation Day 2: Importing Content into iMovie

The post iMovie Training with Rick Ortiz of the MacPro Wednesdays in May 16, 23 and 30, 2018 appeared first on Akaku.

10:26

Setbisio Para i Publiko #37: The 2000 Plebsicite "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople.pacific"


2000 was the last time that Guam had a significant and focused conversation around political status. There had been campaigns, big and small, around commonwealth or constitutions. Each time there were discussions, community events and also sometime of plebiscite. 2000 was the last time that there was a big community push around the issue, as that was the year a plebiscite was scheduled and some funds made available for public education. This came after commonwealth had died or stalled in the US Congress, and it was decided to start the process over by having a new plebiscite to help determine the direction of future political status negotiations. This new start to the process never really came. The 2000 plebiscite was delayed several times and never took place.

I recently went through more than a year of the Pacific Daily News to get a sense of that time, and came across dozens of letters to the editor and articles dealing with the plebiscite and the three status options. Some of the letters to the editor focused on supporting a particular status option, more however were focused on the framework for the discussion and a good portion lamented there not being enough information available to make a decision. A small percentage focused on supporting or challenging the idea of restricting who could participate in the plebiscite.

Almost 20 years later we are at a new sort of phase in the discussion. Much has changed, although some elements remain the same. Now, just as before, there is apathy in the community and in the government. There are concerns that there isnt enough information available. There are worries over the framework. One key difference now is that there is a court case that is currently being appealed, over who is eligible to participate in the self-determination vote.

As part of the educational efforts, the Pacific Daily News published editorials from each of the political status task force chairs. They provided them with space to put forth their best argument about their status. The arguments are similar to the ones we make today. The faces are familiar, with some notable differences. In 2000 the task force chairs were Antonio Artero Sablan, Jose Ulloa Garrido and Eddie Duenas. Sablan and Garrido have stepped down as chairs, whereas Duenas has not.


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10:19

Ayuda i Maain-ta Dos "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople.pacific"

I'm excited to be helping organizing another "Ayuda i Maain-ta" event focused on assisting Chamoru war survivors complete their war claims forms. This semester seems like a never-ending parade of interesting and exciting events and this one will be one of the last ones for the next few weeks. I'm excited at all I was able to accomplish this semester, but eager for some rest this summer.

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Independent Guahan organizes Ayuda i Manaina-ta Dos, to assist elders with completing their war claims application ahead of June deadline.

For Immediate Release, April 30, 2018

Last December, Independent Guahan organized the event, Ayuda i Manaina- ta, which assisted 165 elders in the completion of their war claims applications. In response to public demand, Independent Guahan is partnering with the Guam War Survivors Memorial Foundation and others to organize Ayuda i Manaina-ta Dos, which will take place on Saturday, May 19 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the University of Guam Humanities and Social Sciences Atrium. 

In 2016, after more than seven decades, the US government passed a law providing reparations for Chamoru survivors of the Japanese occupation. While Independent Guahan acknowledges the problematic nature of this law, which deems the majority war survivors ineligible, it still represents a chance for our manamko to receive some compensation for what they suffered and help give closure to this violent period of Guahans history. 

Ayuda i Manaina-ta Dos is an event designed to assist our...

03:31

NAIDOC Family Fun Day "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople.pacific"

Warragamba Silverdale Neighbourhood Centre

03:16

Principal Solicitor (PSOL) "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople.pacific"

Victoria State Government Health and Human Services

03:13

Executive Assistant to the Director "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople.pacific"

Victoria State Government Health and Human Services

00:48

Akak Upstairs is on a BreakSee you in July! "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople.pacific"

During our hiatus we will be planning for the Thursday Salon Series schedule for July, August and September. We will be back in action on July 12th with a new time 6:00-7:30pm. If you know a person, organization or entity who needs a place to share incredible resources and opportunities with the Maui Community, please

The post Akak Upstairs is on a BreakSee you in July! appeared first on Akaku.

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