Nihi! is a small but growing indigenous production house based in Guåhan, committed to uplifting indigenous voices and stories from our home and all across our region.
Nihi! believes that it is our responsibility to build for future generations a world where our cultural traditions, knowledge and connections to the land and ocean are valued and protected. It aims to affirm our identity, inspire a deep love for our land, ocean and communities, and equip the next generation of protectors.
In many Pacific languages, talanoa means to tell a story, or have a conversation. Founded in 2015 by Arieta Rika, Talanoa has become the largest digital storytelling platform by and for Oceanic peoples in Australia. It is dedicated to finding authentic Oceanic voices and sharing real stories and experiences with the hope of inspiring, encouraging, and informing people in our communities and in our world.
Founded in 1991 by a group of Guam citizens, Humanities Guåhan is a federally recognized nonprofit organization that is affiliated with the National Endowment for the Humanities, an independent federal agency. Humanities Guåhan is dedicated to promoting public humanities programming for the people of Guam, providing foundational support and educational resources for our island community.
The Northern Marianas Humanities Council is a non-profit, grants-making corporation established in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands in 1991. It is affiliated with and receives annual grant support from the U.S. National Endowment for the Humanities and additional support from other federal, state and private grants and donations.
The Council is committed to providing high quality public humanities programming to the people of the Commonwealth. Its mission to navigate and explore the human experiences of the indigenous and diverse peoples of the Commonwealth by enriching their lives through research, dialogue, programs, and publications.