Chamorro Voices: Finding a Connection Home Through Language

Jun 5, 2013

Kenneth Gofigan Kuper (center) goes over Chamorro sentence structure with students Alex San Nicolas (left) and Francine Naputi (right).
Credit Molly Solomon

For most Chamorro people living in Hawai`i, hearing the language of their ancestors is a rare thing. But, as HPR’s Molly Solomon reports, members in the Pacific Island community are working to revitalize the language and keep it alive for generations to come.

The Chamorro language class meets weekly at Kaka'ako Kitchen, every Saturday at 10 am.

For more information on the class, contact Kenneth Gofigan Kuper at kennethkuper@gmail.com or the Marianas Club at marianas@hawaii.edu.