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



The Unincorporated highlight of the week is Meggai Piniti by Jay Baza Pascua. Pascua is a poet, writer, visual artist, actor, and CHamoru chanter — a storyteller. Mixing contemporary styles with careful research and reflection, Pascua presents his original chants at numerous community events; he hopes his work inspires other CHamorus to embrace and perpetuate their heritage. 


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.




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