May 13, 2010

Zoltan Grossman, Professor of Geography, Evergreen State College:
“For Americans who think that colonialism is a relic of the past, or that military expansion is merely a recent response to 9/11, this compelling film documents the longstanding negative effects of military colonization and bases on the people of Guam and the Northern Marianas. It also shows the human face of this history, and how the cultures of the Chamorro and Carolinian peoples have been undermined by the U.S. military presence, yet still persevere and serve as sources of pride and resistance.”