Talanoa Talk Now
ASADSV in collaboration with Mary Bordonaro, owner, and founder of Malaga Creative Co, create workshops for the community including survivors/victims of violence and those who are interested in learning about journaling and poetry and how it can help you
Project Specialist Karallyn Fitisone shares on updates of the Faafafine Rural Project which focuses on the faafafine community of American Samoa. Fitisone shares on goals of the project that included investigating and gathering information on this populat
YOUNG & INEXPERIENCE RESEARCHER BECOMES ONE WITH A COMPETITIVE EDGE THAT BRIDGES THE GAPS IN RESEARCH
Researcher Karallyn Fitisone shares information on her research as well as her experience as a young Pacific islander researcher faced with several challenges and how she overcame them all while going to school at the same time. She shares how
Talanoa Talk Now sits down with advocates Dr. Celestine Nix, Mona Uli, and Farrah Sefo, all 3 who represented American Samoa thru the Alliance, at the Praxis International Advocacy Training. Praxis International Inc. is a nonprofit corporation, that
Bet you didn't know American Samoa has a stalking law? Tapumanaia Galu Satele shares how stalking is criminalized in American Samoa under code annotated 46.3525, what it means, and the Samoan terms we use to describe the law versus terms more common
Executive Director of Catholic Social Service, Mrs. Nancy Tagaloa sheds light on the work and services they provide for those in need of support, especially when faced with challenges within families, individuals, etc. She shares about who they serv
Ms American Samoa 2021-22, Hani Fuimaono shares on her interests and goals on advocating for mental health, self-worth, and self-love, in her capacity as the reigning beauty queen. She describes what she believes what it means to be a modern woman a
O se faatalanoaga i le leitio o le polokalame o vaiaso taitasi o le MO LOU SILAFIA, na mafai ona faasoa mai ai le atunuu i le tulaga o le atuatuvale ma le popole vale ao tapena atu ma le feagai ai ma aso fiafia i totonu o aiga aemaise foi nofoaga eseese.
Marcella Fitisone, founder of BROWN SISTERS CLUB shares on the vision and mission of the club, and how it is impacting today's youth. Fitisone explains how the need for the club was determined and who the club serves, as well as plans for moving for
Elizabeth Mailo of Mana Community Support Services shares with Talanoa Talk Now about the challenges and benefits of providing caregiving services in a community with strong cultural beliefs on families caring for their own without outside support.