North Korea Threat Prompts Guam Natives to Assert Rights

In this Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017, photo, Adrian Cruz, Chairman of the Task Force for Free Association, explains some of the early history of the Chamorro people in Latte Stone Park, on Guam. Latte stones are pillars of the ancient Chamorro homes built on the island as as early as 500 A.D. The nuclear conflict with North Korea that has made Guam the target of a threatened attack has led to new calls to change the government of the Pacific island whose inhabitants are American citizens but have no say in electing the president or the use of military force.

By Published on August 16, 2017

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