Camp Roxas Film Project
Under the American Sun, an independently produced 60-minute film documentary currently in production, will trace the history of Filipino-American immigrants to Guam who resided in Camp Roxas in Agat after World War II as part of the military reconstruction effort. 
 
Preliminary funding was provided through the Guam Humanities Council by the National Endowment for Humanities for a photo exhibit, discussion series and a 10-minute introductory film.  When funding was discontinued (1) (2) through the Guam Humanities Council, the Camp Roxas Film Project pursued alternate grant funding as an independent film documentary. The film is currently in post-production and awaiting completion for international broadcast. 
Under the American Sun (Camp Roxas Film Project), Bernie Provido Schumann,  P.O. Box 5307, Hagatna, GU 96932
From the private collection of Jovito & Pilar Malilay (used with permission) 
UAS REPORTS
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Director Burt Sardoma and Producer Bernadette Provido Schumann stand in front of aged concrete columns, now in ruins, that once held a welcome sign to the Camp Roxas Recreation Center. (Camp Roxas Film Project photo)
Click HERE to view Under the American Sun (12-minute version)

 CONTACT US:
camproxasguam@gmail.com
Burt Sardoma Jr., Director
Bernie Provido Schumann, Producer 
Alex C. Munoz, Producer
Josephine Mallo-Garrido, Associate Producer
Alfred Peredo Flores, Associate Producer
Norman Analista, Special Projects


Partial Listing
Camp Roxas Residents
(1946 - 1972)
UPDATED 3//9/2019

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PDF file.

Disclaimer:
This is not an official list. The names shown here were compiled at the request of Camp Roxas descendants from several sources and from voluntary submissions. This list originally was not intended for public use and names may be omitted. This list represents only a small fraction of thousands of unaccounted names and is for informational purposes only.


Camp Roxas families group photo at Nov. 26, 2013 Agat Village Market. 

Bernie Provido Schumann received the 2014 Gawad Ulirang Pilipino award, media category, for her work regarding Under the American Sun - Camp Roxas Film Project. The award was sponsored by the Filipino Community of Guam, in partnership with IPE (Shell Guam) and IT&E. 
Tabitha Espina Velasco documents the experience of the first generation of Filipino-Americans on Guam in “The Ube (“Roots”) Generation, published in Humanities Diliman: A Journal of Philippine Humanities, University of the Philippines, Diliman.

Also published by Velasco is "Engaging Existing and Emergent Experiences: Narratives among Young Filipinas on Guam," Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice, Vol. 3, Issue 2, University of Puget Sound.
Academic Research Regarding the Camp Roxas Experience
and Post-WWII Filipino Labor on Guam
 (Click each image / link to download / view document)
Dr. Alfred Peredo Flores, Assistant Professor of History and Ethnic Studies at Riverside City College, Riverside California /
Under the American Sun Associate Producer
Tabitha Espina Velasco, Bernardita Provido and Bernie Provido Schumann
"Addressing American Empire in the Pacific: Chamorro-American Identity and Filipino Settler Colonialism in 20th Century Guam," by Kristin Oberiano, Occidental College, American Studies Undergraduate Research, Journal of Micronesia, Volume 1, University of Guam, pages 15 - 39. Oberiano is a Camp Roxas descendant.
"The Colonial Boundaries of Exilic Discourse: Contextualizing Mabini’s Incarceration in Guahan," UCLA Electronic Theses and Dissertations, 2019, Josephine Faith Ong.
MORE INFORMATION:
Patterns of Filipino Migration to Guam: United States Military Colonialism and Its Aftermath, Ann M. Pobutsky and Enrico I. Neri, Philippine Studies, Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints, 66, No 1 (2018) 77-84 | Copyright Ateneo de Manila University
Cultural Integration and Separation: The Pre-historical and Historical Links between Guam and the Philippines, or Where Did All the Filipinos Go?, Ann M. Pobutsky and Enrico I. Neri, Philippine Quarterly of Culture and Society, Vol. 42 (2014): 1-15, (c) University of San Carlos Press

Camp Roxas ship manifests from 1947 to 1957 compiled by Under the American Sun have been released to Iloilo International Association for distribution. Please send your contact information to Cynthia Nisay, president, Iloilo International Association, at ctnisay@gmail.com.

Preference will be given to interested persons and/or their representatives attending the June 15, 2019 presentation. First preference will be given to Camp Roxas descendants and families. Supplies are extremely limited. You will be contacted when they are available.
USAT Daniel I. Sultan Passenger Manifest
Nov. 20, 1949,  Iloilo to Guam

Led by Fermin Zapanta Sr., Camp Roxas labor superintendent
Documenting the arrival of Felixberto Sardoma, Sr., father of  Director Burt Sardoma
(CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD)
Camp Roxas Ship Passenger
 Manifests Now Available
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"Remembering Camp Roxas" Hita Talk, sponsored by Guam Museum on June 15, 2019, featured the short film, "Under the American Sun," presented by Burt Sardoma Jr. Bernie Schumann and JoAnna Renee Delfin facilitated the panel discussion. Guest panelists were Peter Judicpa, Cynthia Nisay, Josephine Garrido, Larry Panaguiton, Patrick Luces and Darlene Moore.
A section of the June to July 2019 Guam Museum exhibit, In Hahasso Ha': Nina'en Pås yan Inagofli'e' (We Still Remember: A Legacy of Peace and Friendship) in commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of the Liberation of Guam, is dedicated to the men and women of Camp Roxas.
During the June 15, 2019 "Remembering Camp Roxas" Hita Talk at the Guam Museum, archeologist Darlene Moore of Micronesian Archeological Services described an alcove discovered by Filipino Sumitomo construction workers clearing the site of the former Camp Roxas chapel for the Agat-Santa Rita Wastewater Treatment Plant. (Click HERE to download 2018 archeological report submitted to Guam Waterworks Authorithy). 
Archeologist Discovers Camp Roxas Chapel Alcove