The Maui Centennial Puwalu presents educator Lehua Enomoto discussing "Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Hawaiian Homesteading." Also, farmer/community organizer Kealapono Sterling describes her success in getting funding for homeland projects. In addition, event organizers offer an interactive survey on Hawaiian homesteaders' needs and concerns. This eighth in a 10-part Puwalu series celebrates the centennial of the 1921 federal Hawaiian Homes Commission Act that established the Hawaiian-homestead program. The Puwalu repeats from 5 to 7 pm June 11 and July 9 with different presenters.
Date: Sunday, May 22nd, 2022
Time: 9:00 am to 11:00 am
Categories: Online / Zoom Event, Non-Profit Community Event, Meeting / Conference, FREE, Cultural / Ethnic, Classes / Seminars / Lectures
Online Virtual Event located at
Location Specifics: Zoom Meeting ID 875 0206 1761, Passcode 339930.
Contact: Kainoa Lei MacDonald Phone: 808-419-8646
Email: Website: https://www.paupena.org