Eia Hawaiʻi Lecture Series: 21st Century Native Hawaiians - Event Details
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Eia Hawaiʻi Lecture Series: 21st Century Native Hawaiians
Location: UCB 127
MAʻO Organic Farms is a nationally recognized social enterprise that utilizes culturally and community relevant edu-preneurial knowledge and practices to restore just, sustainable and resilient ancestral abundance. MAʻO is an acronym meaning "mala" (garden), ʻai (food), ʻopio (youth), or youth food garden. It's goals has been to leverage the rich food producing traditions of the Waianae region and assisting local youth to reaching their full leadership potential, academically and culturally. Born and raised in Waianae, Kamuela received a bachelor's degree in Hawaiian studies and master's degree in urban and regional planning from UH Mānoa. He was recently a commissioner on President Obama's White House Initiative on Asians and Pacific Islanders and is currently an Omidyar Fellow, a group of young emerging leaders who have the skills and ability to collectively transform Hawaiʻi.
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