Bevacqua to report back findings on "solidarity exchange" between Guam and Okinawa

February 7, 2018 Nestor Licanto

It was meant to be a "solidarity exchange" between Guam and Okinawa ahead of the long-planned Marine relocation to Guam. Representatives from local activist groups spent a week on the Japanese island learning about how their Okinawan counterparts have dealt with the U.S. military presence there. Dr. Michael Bevacqua of Independent Guahan says they will report back on their trip at the University of Guam Wednesday night.   "What can we learn from the way the communi...

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