Webinar: "Pacific Islander Heritage Month"
Native Pacific Islander communities have endured for generations, relying on close-knit connections to each other and to their island homes. In this national ANA webinar, we'll hear first-hand stories from Pacific Islander community advocates in Guahan, Amerika Sāmoa, and Hawaiʻi about the current conditions of their island communities and how they are actively addressing community woes.

You'll be able to access this national, web-based training session from any computer with a modern browser and an internet connection. Interaction is available via your computer's microphone or text chat. Webinar to be held Thursday, May 25, 2017, at 9 a.m. Hawaii Standard Time (3 p.m. Eastern – D.C.). Training to be conducted by Kaʻānaniʻau LLC, your ANA Pacific Region T/TA providers.

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