Links & Other Resources
Didn't find quite what you were looking for? Check out the links below for other online resources available to you:
Nihi! Kids (http://www.nihi.org) is a non-profit organization and local television show for Guam’s nenis that aims to perpetuate Chamoru language and culture while encouraging environmental stewardship, healthy choices and character development.
Speak Chamorro App for the Android is a mobile app released by the Young Men's League of Guam that helps to promote the Chamorro language. The app provides a Chamorro word of the day to help users learn to speak the Chamorro language. (Download the app here.)
Fino'Chamoru (http://finochamoru.blogspot.com/) is a small help in the effort to perpetuate the Chamorro language/culture. You'll find some Chamorro words and lessons, and hopefully some discussions following them.
Chamorro Language & Culture (http://chamorrolanguage.blogspot.com/) is a site intended to provide Chamorro language and cultural resources, tips, and information to those who are researching the Marianas
Watch Siha, which means "they" in Chamoru, a dramatic soap opera on YouTube that follows the story of four young adults as they build themselves and their relationships with each other, told completely in Chamoru. Siha brings Guam's unique language and culture to the forefront as the four struggle with and familiarize themselves with values native to the small island, such as family and inafa'maolek. All the while, it features lovable characters who various walks of life can relate to and take home to watch grow.
The Guam Website (http://ns.gov.gu/) is a website is uniquely infused with culture not found in the published canons of history books to include Chamoru oral historiography and spirituality. No government funds were used to create this culture website but is offered to the youth of the Marianas, coming of age and seeking their identity, rite of passage in their journey of cultural transformation as Chamorus.
Chamorro Language Lessons (http://uog2.uog.edu/lessonz/) are Chamoru lessons made for the Fino' Chamorro Column, prepared by the Department of Education's Chamorro Studies & Special Projects Division. These lessons include lessons to help enhance Chamoru grammar and vocabulary.
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