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Micronesian Seminar, known popularly as MicSem, is a private non-profit, non-governmental organization that has been engaged in public education for thirty years. Its purpose is to assist the people of Micronesia in reflecting on life in their islands under the impact of change in recent years. Click here to go to http://www.micsem.org/home.htm

MicSem has produced hundreds of articles and several books.

The media studio has produced 72 videos on a wide variety of social issues, which are broadcast on local TV stations and available in DVD format, as well as online. Videos are downloadable (NOTE: files are large).

Videos of particular interest:

Working with Pacific Islander Population in the U.S.

Micronesians Abroad (2006)
The Missing Micronesians (2009)

 

Interested in the relationship between Micronesia and the U.S.

FSM: The US Pacific Outpost (2000)
US and Marshalls: The Next 20 Years (2003)

 

MicSem

History I: Early Encounters (2007)
History II: Planting the Foreign Flag (2007)
History III: Sunburst in the South Seas (2008)
History IV: Ruin and Reconstruction (2008)
March Toward Self-Government (2009)
A Walk Through the Past: Part I (2010)
A Walk Through the Past: Part II (2010)

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