Storytelling, poetry & prayer with Guam-born indigenous rights/environmental lawyer and poet/author Julian Aguon and Pasifka minister, justice educator, and Indigenous circle-keeper, Chantilly Mers. Followed by a 3-week practice grounded in Aguon's book, led by Chantilly Mers and Kavitha Rao.
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