Aloha ʻĀina

A session by Manulani Aluli Meyer
Philosopher-Practitioner, NiU NOW!

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About this session

Manulani shares the meaning of aloha ʻāina and the uniqueness of Hawaiian knowledge within a world movement. This session also includes Manu's longtime friend, Luana Palapala Busby Neff. Together they share the inspiration they find in each other's work, explore our Kuleana or “Responsibility” to Land and each other, and tell us about the Paʻieie Foundation.

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Manulani Aluli Meyer

Manulani Aluli Meyer (I/Thou) grew up along the shorelines of Mokapu, Kailua, and Hilo Palikū. Manu is a native Hawaiian scholar-practitioner and a world Indigenous writer dedicated to the clear expression and creative activation of ancient knowledge systems. She earned her doctorate (Harvard Ed.D, 1998) on the topic of Hawaiian epistemology.

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