Respect the CHamoru People

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Hope Herradura
3 years ago
Stop taking land from the Chamorru people its not yours to have. They own it, they bled for it, they suffered for it, they fought for it and they died for it because its their homeland and its mine too. Respect the people of Guam and leave their land alone.

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Mariah Taijeron
3 years ago
Biba Guåhan! Biba Chåmoru! Fånoghe yan fakmåta 

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Franklin Sablan
3 years ago
Tano I man Chamorro!

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Amy Tedtaotao Castro
3 years ago
Prutehi i tano mami!
We need to preserve & protect our lands & culture for future generations!

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Ellery Sablan
3 years ago
I am signing this petition because as one of the indigenous people of Guam, I believe that if the USA will not give up the old ideas of imperialism and if it really is a land built on the ideals of freedom, then the Chamorro people should have freedom as well. I am tired of being called a part of a country that heavily emphasizes liberty when we don't even have the liberty to choose our leaders who come into power. We have lost so much of our culture because of the heavily imposed influence brought upon us by those who have seized control of our island. And now, in this day and age where imperialism and colonization are dead, for some reason, the mainland still holds onto us and treats us as second-rate civilians when we too are US citizens. We serve and honor this country, and yet we are treated like this. I appreciate all that the US has done for us, but change needs to happen, and soon.

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Paula Quinene
4 years ago
I love Guam!

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Tarra Montgomery
4 years ago
I am signing because we have giving so much to the states that we own it to ourselves the Chamorros people to take back out island and regain our language culture and traditions

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Erriu Mitchell
4 years ago
"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere" -MLK

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Elsa Gonzaga
4 years ago
Respect the Chamoru people!

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Corazon Valdez Fabros
4 years ago
In solidarity with Chamoru people