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Saipan In Yutu’s Aftermath: ‘Everyone Is Trying To Stand Strong’ AP

Saipan In Yutu’s Aftermath: ‘Everyone Is Trying To Stand Strong’

The U.S. has begun flying supplies to the Pacific islands that were in the path of the super typhoon, which packed 180-mph winds.
Northern Marianas Braces For Months Without Power, Running Water AP

Northern Marianas Braces For Months Without Power, Running Water

UPDATED: Super typhoon Yutu killed at least one person, and many homes have been damaged or destroyed.
Super Typhoon Yutu Hits Northern Marianas With 180-mph Winds AP

Super Typhoon Yutu Hits Northern Marianas With 180-mph Winds

UPDATED: Saipan and Tinian will be unrecognizable after the strongest storm to hit any part of the U.S. this year, the National Weather Service said.
United Airlines Food Service Workers Vote To Unionize Anita Hofschneider/Civil Beat

United Airlines Food Service Workers Vote To Unionize

Many of the workers in Honolulu are Pacific Islanders who rely on flight benefits to avoid paying for expensive trips back home to Micronesia.
Many Chuukese Immigrants Fear Losing Their Legal Status In The US Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Many Chuukese Immigrants Fear Losing Their Legal Status In The US

In a Pacific version of "Brexit," residents of Chuuk plan to vote in March on seceding from the Federated States of Micronesia.
Why Talking About Anti-Micronesian Hate Is Important Caesar Hadley via The Fourth Branch Micronesia

Why Talking About Anti-Micronesian Hate Is Important

Shining a light on racial prejudice makes us all think more carefully about what we say -- and can't help but make our community stronger.
#BeingMicronesian in Hawaii Means Lots Of Online Hate Cory Lum/Civil Beat

#BeingMicronesian in Hawaii Means Lots Of Online Hate

This Palauan woman is fed up with racism against her community on social media.
Trying To Build ‘Generation One’ Of Micronesian Voters Suevon Lee/Civil Beat

Trying To Build ‘Generation One’ Of Micronesian Voters

Could younger Micronesian-Americans, many of whom will eventually have the right to vote unlike their parents, be Hawaii's next big voting bloc?
This Marshallese Tutor Is A ‘Connection To Home’ For Students Charlie Kaijo/Civil Beat

This Marshallese Tutor Is A ‘Connection To Home’ For Students

Chris Timos helps kids straddle both Pacific Island and American cultures as they adjust to school in this small Arkansas town.
How Hawaii Schools Are Building Bridges To Micronesian Students Cory Lum/Civil Beat

How Hawaii Schools Are Building Bridges To Micronesian Students

As enrollment expands, schools and community groups are trying new ways to close cultural and academic gaps.