S1E8 - What do Pacific Islanders think about family?
Two Pacific Islander women—Tēatuahere a diasporic Tahitian and Symone a Chamoru from Guam, speak on family
[EP#8] What do Pacific Islanders think about family?
The ladies take the lead on this episode. Two Pasifika women speak on family, followed by a clip reel of past contributors speaking on family from other episodes. Kalani finishes off the episode by summarizing a peer-reviewed article on settler colonialism in the US Pacific.
You will hear from:
Symone, a Chamoru artist ginen Guåhan
Tēatuahere, a diasporic Tahitian poet living in Hawai’i
- Aaron John Spitzer (2019) ‘A wolf in sheep’s clothing’: settler voting rights and the elimination of the Indigenous demos in US Pacific territories, Postcolonial Studies, 22:2, 131-149, DOI: 10.1080/13688790.2019.1591569 To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/13688790.2019.1591569
Links to Resources:
Will Nu’utupu Giles website: www.willgilespoetry.com
Symone’s Art Instagram: www.instagram.com/betdegal
Tēatuahere’s Poetry Blog: https://teatuaherespoetry.tumblr.com
Rhonda’s New Song: https://youtu.be/YrYvHH4J2yE
Lisiatē’s Twitter: www.twitter.com/Manhellnaaah
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