What’s your dream for the CNMI?

Posted on Jan 21 2020


In honor of Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday yesterday, we ask the public what their dream for the CNMI is.

“I have a dream that our community will come together and help one another to pick up the trash and keep this island clean.”
—Natasha Quilala, Chalan Kanoa

“I have a dream that if we come together as one and help serve our community, we can make this a better place not only for us to live in but for our visitors to keep coming back.”
—Andrea Mamauag, Fina Sisu

“I have a dream that Saipan will come together, from different ages and/or ethnic groups into one community because if we help the community we’re basically helping each other.”
—Maria Redor, Susupe

“I have a dream that this island will keep its culture and, as the years go by, we will all remember where we came from and why this island made us who we are today.”
—Shiann Cabrera, Chalan Piao

“I have a dream that Saipan will come together as a community and know the importance of serving our community. Also, to make sure that not only our community is clean but to also help each other in different ways that we can.”
—Chelsea Yangirelfil, San Vicente

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