Kenneth Gofigan Kuper is Assistant Professor of Political Science (specializing in Security Studies and International Relations) and Chamoru Studies at the University of Guam. He holds a Ph.D. in Poli...Show More
Matahi was born in Tahiti, lived most of his childhood in Papetoai, Moorea. He did part of my studies in Aotearoa and Hawai'i, which is when he realized how little he knew about his own heritage, and ...Show More
SundayNovember 22, 20207AM HST
Pōkā is a native son of Hawai`i, and like others, was taught to love the U.S., enough to give his life in war. Like his male siblings, he volunteered in the active U....Show More
Manuia Maiti from Afareaitu, Mo’orea is a local young entrepreneur who exports Tahitian arts and crafts to counties around the world. She believes in the perpetuation of our Ma’ohi cultural goods and ...Show More
Micky Huihui is a bandmember for Ookolah the Moc, a Hawaii Roots band. She received her BS in Hawaiian Studies and has worked for Hālau Kū Māna Public Charter School, a kīpuka (safe space) for communi...Show More
Daphne Littlebear who is from Tamaya, Santa Ana Pueblo and is a descendant of the Mvskoke, Yuchi and Shawnee Nations, where she resides. Music and dancing provides so much joy and healing to Daphne, s...Show More
Noerangi Teave is a tour guide on her home island of Rapa Nui, the owner of Kava Rapa Bar - Rapa Nui’s first Kava Bar, and she is proudly a Rapa Nui woman.
Ahilapalapa Rands (Kanaka Maoli, Fijian,Sāmoan, Cook Island, Pākehā) is an independent curator and artist. She holds a Bachelor of Visual Arts from Auckland University of Technology and a Diploma in T...Show More
Out on Sunday!
October 10, 2020
Native Stories introduces our KŪPUNA SERIES!!!
Yes, yes, yes yall! The kick off kupuna will be our very own Kanaka Maoli and Mana Wahine Dr.Ly...Show More
October 4, 2020
Hinatea Colombani from Papara, Tahiti who works on the perpetuation and transmission of Polynesian Culture in Tahiti and abroad. She is the founder of a cultural c...Show More