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The Properties of Perpetual Light is an homage to the work of the activist-writer, which author Julian Aguon describes as "the work of bearing witness, wrestling with the questions of one's day, telling children the truth." With prose and poetry both bracing and quiet, Aguon weaves together stories from his childhood in the villages of Guam with searing political commentary. Throughout the book, Aguon grapples with one heart-breaking loss after another by immersing himself in the beauty of his island, the magic of Micronesia, and the wisdom of his favorite books and elders.
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|Publisher:||University of Guam Press|
|Product dimensions:||4.50(w) x 7.50(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Julian Aguon is an indigenous human rights lawyer and writer from Guam. He is the founder of Blue Ocean Law, a progressive firm that works at the intersection of indigenous rights and environmental justice. He is brilliant, soulful, and deeply engaged in the struggles of peoples across Oceania to liberate themselves from colonial rule, defend their sacred sites, and obtain justice for a range of harms inflicted upon them by outside forcesfrom nuclear weapons testing and nonconsensual medical experimentation to extractive industries and climate change. He serves on the Global Advisory Council of Progressive Internationala global collective that launched in May 2020 with the mission of mobilizing progressive forces around the world behind a shared vision of social justice.