Ke Aʻo Mau Community Sessions: Reflecting on our Genealogies

March 8, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Gartley Hall Rm 103 or Via Zoom Add to Calendar

OPEN TO ALL UHM Thompson School of Social Work & Public Health: Ke Aʻo Mau Community Sessions Reflecting on our Genealogies: Revealing our Pilina for Healing and Transformation Presenter: Kaiwipunikauikawēkiu Punihei Lipe, PhD-Native Hawaiian Affairs Program Officer, UHM Native Hawaiian Place of Learning Advancement Office Director, UHM Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation Campus Center Interim Director, Institute for Hawaiian Language Research and Translation, Participant, Culture of Health Leadership Institute for Racial Healing In person (Gartley Hall 103) or via Zoom (registration required for Zoom Session at Wednesday, March 8 5:30-7:30pm Sponsored by-Hawaii Pacific Foundation Objectives: 1. Have a deeper understanding of the Native Hawaiian concept of mo‘okū‘auhau (genealogies); and 2. Have a deeper understanding of pilina (relationships, connections) and how it can help heal the effects of racism.

Event Sponsor
Thompson School of Social Work & Public Health , Mānoa Campus

More Information
Theresa Kreif , 8082304806,, Flyer/Registration Info (PDF)

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