Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner




I was approached with this statement and was asked to respond to it: "most Chuukese women don't strive for better jobs". My short and serious answer is

I'm honestly tired of political agendas. You can be the greatest talker in the world, make so many promises, and buy the people off with promises of what to do when you are in office or out of office or etc. But the truth is simple

Yesterday’s Climate Summit brought us the greatest assembly of world leaders to discuss climate change. It also featured Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner of the Marshall Islands as the civil society representative.

We had the opportunity to reconnect with Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner. Follow along as we talk education, poetry, identity, and her future goals.

nterior Assistant Secretary for Insular Areas Esther Kia’aina today announced more than $300,000 in coral reef initiative grants to American Samoa, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI), and Ulithi Atoll in

We were fortunate to have had the honor of interviewing Summer Olympics hopeful and Micro Games medalist, Giordan Harris of the Marshall Islands.

Suicide is a sensitive subject to have in most Micronesian communities. So I apologize for bringing this troublesome topic to the fore. With that said, I believe it must be discussed so as to understand it and hopefully

(Columbia, SC) A dozen bright young island students are headed to top private schools across the central Pacific nation of Micronesia. Their tuition scholarships, awarded by

A series of lawsuits have been made against the United States and eight other countries by the Republic of the Marshall Islands. The lawsuit states that the U.S. and its nuclear peers have failed

Award winning film makers, Jack Niedenthal and Suzanne Chutaro have released a trailer for their upcoming film 'Jilel: The Calling of the Shell'. Premiere date for the film is yet to be announced. Stay tuned and we will update on any information regarding the film.

Washington (July 30, 2014) - Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard (D) of California introduced the Health Equity and Accountability Act of 2014 (HEAA). If approved, it will

A day-to-day record of Team Yap during the 8th Micro Games 2014, held in Pohnpei.

This proposed ban would turn Palau’s 230,000 square miles of EEZ into a Marine reserve. This is a bold move since Palau makes around $5 million or 3.3 percent of GDP from its commercial fisheries, by allowing

Yap will host the next Micro Games, following a decision made by the Micronesian Games Council general assembly. The general assembly convened in Pohnpei during the

In an effort to rebuild Chuuk's Department of Education, Department director Gardenia Macayaon and a team of reformists have flown to Guam to recruit about 100 new teachers.


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