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Guam Communications Network (GCN)
Guam Communications Network (GCN) was established in 1993 as a non-profit community-based organization committed to increasing public awareness of the issues concerning the people, island and culture of Guam through education, coalition building and advocacy. It is the sole community-based multi-service agency serving Chamorros in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Diego, and San Bernardino counties. The agency operates over twelve different cultural enrichment/ social service programs that are designed to encompass cultural promotion and preservation, health and welfare, cancer research, senior care management, and other specific public health issues.
Pilot Project: The Pacific Islander Hepatitis B Social Media Project
The Internet and web-based social networks play a significant role in keeping the Pacific Islander community connected across the U.S. This project tested the effectiveness of a Pacific Islander community-driven and culturally-tailored hepatitis B social marketing awareness campaign using existing social media networks and websites.