Program

Friday, May 31

One-day “Open Space” program.
Berkeley Adult School, 1701 San Pablo Avenue

Saturday, June 1

10-11:00AM
TRADITIONAL WELCOME:

CORRINA GOULD: Ohlone, (U.S.)
OVERVIEW: WHY ARE WE HERE?
JERRY MANDER: International Forum on Globalization, (U.S.)
JON OSORIO: Kanaka Maoli,
Chair, Hawaiian Studies, U. of Hawaii
RALPH REGENVANU: Ni Vanuatu, Minister of Lands,
Geology, Mines, Energy and Water, (Vanuatu)
VICTORIA TAULI CORPUZ:
Igorot, Tebtebba Foundation, (Philippines)

11:00-12:45PM
Pacific Resource Wars

ANURADHA MITTAL: Oakland Institute:
Asia-Pacific Land Grabbing, (India/U.S.)
ROSA KOIAN: Kombigo, (Papua, New Guinea)
WALTER RITTE: Kanaka Maoli, (Hawaii)
GEMMA TILLACK: Rainforest Action Netk, (U.S.)
ANNIE LEONARD: Story of Stuff, GAIA, (U.S.)

12:45-3:00PM
Globalization—Impacts from “Free Trade”
& Development Agreements: TPP, APEC,
ASEAN, EU-ACP, Pacific Plan, et al.

VICTOR MENOTTI: International Forum on Globalization, (U.S.)
MAUREEN PENJEULI: Rotuman,
Pacific Network on Globalization (PANG), (Fiji)
MICHELLE CHAN: Friends of the Earth, (U.S.)
ARTHUR STAMOULIS: Citizens Trade Camp’n, (U.S.)
JIM SHULTZ: Democracy Center, (Bolivia)
ARNIE SAIKI: Imipono Projects, (Hawaii)
Q’ORIANKA KILCHER: Quechua, Actress, (U.S.)

3:00-5:30PM
Indigenous Rights, Local Sovereignty, and “Free, Prior & Informed Consent”

MELISSA NELSON: Anishinaabe, Cultural Conservancy, (U.S.)
VICTORIA TAULI CORPUZ: Igorot, (Philippines)
JULIAN AGUON: Chamorro, (Guam)
HERMAN WAINGGAI: Melanesian,
(W. Papua, New Guinea)
GALINA ANGAROVA: Buryat,
Pacific Environment, (Siberia/Mongolia)
CORRINA GOULD: Ohlone, (U.S.)
FUIFUILUPE NIUMEITOLU: Tongan, (U.S.)

5:30-7:30 PM
Militarization—The New “Pacific Pivot”

KYLE KAJIHIRO: Hawaii Peace and Justice, (Hawaii)
DAVID VINE: author, Island of Shame, (U.S.)
TRINI TORRES: Chamorro, (Guam)
DANTE SIMBULAN: (Philippines)
BRUCE GAGNON: Global Network, (U.S.)
HIDEKI YOSHIKAWA: Okinawan
AKIHIKO KIMIJIMA: Ritsumeikan Univ., (Japan)

7:30-10:00PM
60 Year Anniversary of Endless U.S. War in Korea: To Control the Pacific

CHRISTINE AHN: Korea Policy Inst., (U.S.)
FILM: “Memory of Forgotten War” (37 min.)
BRUCE CUMINGS: author, Dominion from
Sea to Sea: Pacific Ascendancy and U.S. Power
CHRISTINE HONG: Korea Policy Institute,
UC Santa Cruz, (U.S.)
KOOHAN PAIK: IFG, (U.S.)
DELEGATION FROM: JEJU ISLAND PROTEST
MOVEMENT (S. Korea)
CLOSING SONG: DOHEE LEE, Tamna
Traditional Korean singer, Jeju Island

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Sunday, June 2–Teach-In

10:00-11:45PM
Battles for Pacific Domination: U.S., China, Russia, Indonesia, JapanVs. Pacific Peoples

WALDEN BELLO: Philippines Legislature
JOSEPH GERSON: American Friends Service
Committee, (U.S.)
MICHELLE CHAN: Friends of the Earth, (U.S.)
DALE WEN: IFG, (China)
JOHN M. MILLER: East Timor and Indonesia Action
Network (ETAN)
SPECIAL GUESTS

11:45-2:00PM
Pacific Resistance Movements

WALTER RITTE: Kanaka Maoli, (Hawaii)
ROSA KOIAN: Kombigo, (Papua, New Guinea)
ROSA MOIWEND: Malind (W. Papua, New Guinea)
TERRI KEKO’OLANI: Kanaka Maoli, (Hawaii)
JULIAN AGUON: Chamorro (Guam)
MANUEL YANG: Okinawan, (U.S.)
JEJU ISLAND DELEGATES (S. Korea)

2:00-2:30PM
Report Back from “Open Space” Meeting.
Joint Declaration and Statements

2:30-4:30PM
Cross-Pacific Collaborations—A New Pacific Monitoring Authority & Other Proposals

RALPH REGENVANU: Ni Vanuatu, Minister of Lands,
Geology, Mines, Energy and Water, (Vanuatu)
PAUL O’TOKO: Chuukese, (Fed. States of Micronesia)
SANTI HITORANGI: Maohi Rapanui, (Easter Island)
CYNTHIA ONG: Sabah, LEAP, (Borneo)
LOA NIUMEITOLU: Tongan, (U.S.)
ALI’TASI STEWART: Samoan, (New Zealand)
MICHAEL LEON GUERRERO: Chamorro, (U.S.)

4:30-6:00PM  Open Discussion/New Ideas/What Shall We Do?

6:00PM Summaries & Closing Remarks

VICTOR MENOTTI: International Forum on Globalization, (U.S.)
JON OSORIO: Kanaka Maoli (Hawaii)
CLOSING SONG

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