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Decolonization group to discuss education program

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Following weeks of training and workshops regarding the process on decolonization last month, the Commission on Decolonization will reconvene tomorrow discussing its public outreach initiatives on self-determination including the preliminary report for an education program.

Executive director Ed Alvarez says the group will decide the timelines and finances on how to move forward with the education process and media outreach. "You realize now that the issue has been reignited - this has been an issue now that has come to the forefront and we need to keep that happening. As we go forth in the education process, we need to keep raising the awareness," she said.

The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, November 17 at 11 in the morning in the Governor's Confrence Room at Adelup.

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