this month at the center

Thursday, March 5, 3:00 pm, Crawford 115
"Here We Stand: Community Resilience in Ka'upulehu; Lessons for Climate-Change Adaptation," by Heather McMillen, Postdoctoral Fellow, US Forest Service/New York City Parks Department. UHM Anthropology Colloquium, cosponsored by Departments of Botany and Ethnic Studies and CPIS. Light pupus to follow.

Wednesday-Saturday, March 11-14
UHM Department of Ethnic Studies conference: "Our Future, Our Way: Directions in Oceanic Ethnic Studies." Cosponsored by UHM Native Hawaiian Student Services Hūlili; Student Activity & Program Fee Board; Diversity and Equity Initiative; Departments of Anthropology, History, Sociology, Political Science, Urban and Regional Planning, Women's Studies; Chamorro Studies Speaker Series; Center for Pacific Islands Studies; and the Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies. To see schedule and to register, see the Department of Ethnic Studies website.

Saturday, March 28, Honolulu Museum of Art School, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
"Carrying Culture: Micronesian Culture Festival" will feature a a celebration of cultures from the region with live performances, music, vendors of products made by our people, demonstrations, exhibits, fashion show, and film festival. For more information, see the event website.

Sunday, March 29, Honolulu Museum of Art School, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
"Navigating Success: Micronesian College Student Leaders" will bring together Micronesian college students in Hawai'i to to discuss ways to navigate success in higher education while maintaining cultural identities. Participants will share best practices, challenges, challenges, and formulate some state-wide action plans of outreach efforts to the local high schools to help Micronesian youth. One track of this summit will involve leaders and members of community organizations working with Micronesians in Hawai'i, including The Learning Coalition (TLC), Faith Action for Community Equity (FACE), Micronesians United-Big Island (MU-BI) and Compact of Free Association-Community Action Network (COFACAN). For more information, see the event website.

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