Laualoha is from the Windward side of the island of Oʻahu, Hawaiʻi. She is a mother, writer, peacemaker and cultural practitioner, and holds a Masterʻs degree in Public Health. She has worked in the Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) movement for 20 years (or longer if you count her childhood in Kahaluʻu during the 70ʻs struggles on that side), although she is not affiliated with any one group or political identity. She also has strong interests in music, logic, ethnobotany of all kinds, nutrition, indigenous farming, art, folktales, videography, conflict resolution, and peace.
Human salvation lies in the hands of the creatively maladjusted. -MLK
Kauli'i makou, nui ke aloha no ka 'aina... -Harry K Mitchell
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Category: Indigenous Activists
One of the great things about Wikipedia is being able to learn about all kinds of people and things you never know anything about. Here's some stuff that I've randomly run into here: