The mission of the Northern Marianas Humanities Council is to foster awareness, understanding and appreciation for the humanities through support of educational programs that relate the humanities to the indigenous cultures and to the intellectual needs and interests of the people of the Commonwealth.
2020 OCTOBER PROCLAMATION
Sophia Perez – Tip of the Spear: How Mariana Islanders See Their Relationship with the US Military
October 2, 2020 at 10:00AM
Webinar Registration URL : http://www.nmhcouncil.org/web10.2am
Maureen Sebangiol, Marilynn Marron, & Pam Brown – Meet Soroptimist’s of the Northern Mariana Islands.
October 2, 2020 at 5:00PM
Webinar Registration URL: http://www.nmhcouncil.org/web10.2pm
Hanna Jugo – Adaptive Strategies to Food Insecurity within the Chuukese Community of Guam.
October 9, 2020 at 10:00AM
Webinar Registration URL: http://www.nmhcouncil.org/web10.9am
Fu’una Sanz – I Tinilaikan Numiru gi Fino’ CHamoru: Changes in Chamorro Plurality.
October 9, 2020 at 5:00PM
Webinar Registration URL: http://www.nmhcouncil.org/web10.9pm
Thomas Mangloña – Democracy and the Informed Citizen.
October 16, 2020 at 10:00AM
Webinar Registration URL: http://www.nmhcouncil.org/web10.16am
Vana Quichocho – Håyi Ham På’go: Understanding How Chamoru Identity and Acculturation Styles Affect the Psychological Well-
Being of Third Generation World War II Chamoru People in Guam.
October 16, 2020 at 5:00PM
Webinar Registration URL: http://www.nmhcouncil.org/web10.16pm
Joey P. San Nicholas & Kimberly King-Hinds – Ti Un Chuli’ Hulu’ Gi Langhet
October 23, 2020 at 10:00AM
Webinar Registration URL: http://www.nmhcouncil.org/web10.23am
Kayle Tydingco – Tiningo’ Famalåo’an: Oral Histories & Non-fiction Stories of Chamorro Women
October 23, 2020 at 5:00PM
Webinar Registration URL: http://www.nmhcouncil.org/web10.23pm
HUMANITIES IN THE NEWS
Northern Marianas Humanities Council would like to share our recent news update.
FEATURED COUNCIL PROJECTS
Racial Equality & Civil Unrest
Through the voices and courage of residents of The Marianas, the Northern Marianas Humanities Council features a series of interviews – Racial Equality & Civil Unrest – to take a deep dive into these issues through the lens of the humanities.
John Davis – Former high school teacher of U.S Government and Vietnam War veteran John Davis gives us highlights of Racial Equality and Civil Unrest.
Dr. Beylul Solomon – A PhD in Developmental Psychology, Dr. Solomon provides an introductory overview of Racial Equality and Civil Unrest.
Thomas Manglona – Multi Media Journalist Thomas Manglona II describes how the media & social media influences issues of Racial Equality and Civil Unrest.
Gordon Marciano – Local indigenous leader Gordon Marciano offers a Marianas perspective on Racial Equality and Civil Unrest with examples from recent Marianas history and his personal journey.
Joe Hill – Attorney Joe Hill shares highlights of U.S Laws and Court cases related to racial equality and civil unrest.
As part of the i Minagåhet / Ellet: Reporting the Truth in the NMI project, the Council invites all CNMI residents 18-years or older to complete our media survey.
Your responses are anonymous and if you complete the survey, you will have a chance to win a $50 GAS CARD AND AN APPLE IPAD. The purpose of this survey is to help our community better understand the relationship between media use and perceptions, civic behaviors and attitudes on local issues in our community.
Your Humanities Half Hour Click the photo below to hear the latest interview: