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Living Islands



Kianna Angelo

(971) 220-5484

Portland, Oregon


Living Islands


Living Islands is a non-political. non-religious registered not-for-profit organisation of volunteers committed to creating self-sufficient Pacific Islands that will serve as an example to communities all over the world. Our work includes education and awareness campaigns in the Pacific region as well as in the United States for issues related to Nuclear Restorative Justice and Climate Issues in the Pacific. Living Islands isn't working exclusively with Nuclear Issues, but also with Climate Change, Health Issues and Educational Initiatives.



  • Junior Oceans Ambassador Camp: A two-week summer camp to instill a personal investment in the oceans and climate for Marshallese youth through environmental education, hands-on marine science, and beach cleanup projects. 

  • Research Program: Collaborating with and supporting researchers to address knowledge gaps on issues affecting Micronesian communities and share this information publicly. 

  • Awareness Events: Holding and attending educational events across Oregon and the United States. 

  • Community Support: Partnership with organizations and government entities that will help strengthen the diaspora Micronesian communities. Shared Pacific Islander Community Calendar for the US Pacific Northwest. IT support and hosting for small Micronesian organizations in the Pacific Northwest. 


  • Pacific Islander Center: Building a community center in Oregon to serve as a gathering place, event space, and resource hub for Pacific Islanders in the region. 

  • Language Preservation: Collaboration with First Voices in Canada to preserve Marshallese Language through Dictionary & Sentence translations, pictures materials, and video-based storytelling. 


  • SDA School: K-12 School. A multi-functional school and community resource center project in collaboration with Seventh Day Adventists in the Laura, Marshall Islands, to help strengthen the community and provide a model project for other regions. 

  • Johnson Family House: Prototyping a new housing model that addresses the challenges of climate change, using locally sourced materials and traditional designs. 


  • Acceptable Fallout: A feature-length documentary film about the many healthcare issues facing Micronesian populations due to radiation exposure and other health disparities. 

  • Crossroads 2020: a documentary film project linking the Global Nuclear Legacy to Climate Change, the two most powerful existential threats to all life, through personal stories and accounts.




  • Support funding for the community center, and for program work in general. 

  • Once completed, hosting screenings of documentaries to increase awareness of the impact of nuclear weapons testing on Micronesian communities. 

  • Hosting educational events with Living Islands to increase awareness. 

  • Living Islands is hosting the shared Pacific Islander event calendar for the US Pacific NW, and are looking to get everyone included. 

  • Connecting researchers and scientists with Living Islands via their research program, to help address knowledge gaps. 

  • The organization needs a more pervasive media presence, either through media consultants or volunteer media writers. 

  • Support, fiscal and work, for our documentary projects in the form of film editors and promotional support. 

  • Small Pacific NW based organizations can request IT and hosting support from Living Islands.

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