Guam – [workshop, lecture, conversation] Pulitzer Prize finalist Inara Verzemnieks will travel to Guam for a week-long tour to conduct two master classes for journalists, a series of workshops for college and high school students, and a public presentation. (Public, Journalists, Young Adult)
Guam – [performance, talk] An intertribal Guam dance company dedicated to preserving the indigenous Chamoru culture, the unique island environment, and cross-cultural sharing and exchange. Tour will feature two free community performances and talk events and goes from Oct. 10 to Oct. 14.
Ongoing – [Hagatna] A co-collecting project between the council and the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa that focuses specifically on the Chamorro people of Guam. (Exhibit)
Ongoing – [throughout] Service women and veterans are trained to collect and transcribe their own oral history narratives. Online exhibit reflects stories of service and sacrifice. (NEH, Oral History, Exhibit)
Ongoing – [throughout] A family literacy program with trained facilitators to help adults build essential skills and incite a love for reading. (Reading and Discussion)
2016 – [Archived] Humanities Guåhan created a series of events around Manny Crisostomo to highlight the career of the Guam’s sole Pulitzer Prize winner and celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Pulitzer Prizes. (Pulitzer Prizes Campfires, State Overview)