Eat Your Heritage: Chamorro Foodways from the Island of Guam

Indigenous Forum

Sponsored by the Cultural Conservancy’s Mino-Niibi Fund for Indigenous Cultures. Part of Guam Humanities Council’s (GHC) Eat Your Heritage Tour. Hosted by: Kimberlee Kihleng, Ph.D. and Melissa Nelson (Turtle Mountain Anishinaabe), President of the Cultural Conservancy/professor at SFSU GHC Executive Director. With: Monaeka Flores, GHC Project Coordinator; Peter Duenas, chef and restaurateur, the most respected Chamorro chef in Guam, a leader in promoting native foods; Bill McDonald, founder of the Farmers Cooperative, leader in Guam’s local food movement.

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