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This past December, former President John Haglelgam wrote a thought-provoking Letter to the Editor in The Kaselehlie Press about the Chuuk Independence Movement. TFB Micronesia was fortunate enough to ask him some questions about the Chuuk Independence Movement (with some from the public) and more about his opinions about it.
Island students have been receiving high tech training in the design and construction of robots as the five high schools of the Yap Robo League work towards their goal of a statewide robotics competition next spring.
We continue our interview with Chuuk High School principal, Jason Reiong. In part 2 he talks about updates with the school and some future plans. He also discusses the rift between former principal Paul Hadik, vice principal Andrew Shelton and the DOE.
Chuuk High School principal Jason Reiong sits with TFB members (Charity Irons and Mae-Stephanie Narruhn) to discuss the status of CHS following the resignations of former principal Paul Hadik and vice principal Andrew Shelton.
In Hawaii, discussing race and the construction of our identities is the cultural way of life. I enjoyed participating in deep, enlightening conversations about stereotypes and race almost on a daily basis. Unavoidably though, this led to some sharing negative perceptions of other people’s identities. These negative comments, in my experience, have largely been towards Micronesians-Chuukese...