Sunday, February 26 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Feeding 'åina By Eating From The 'åina

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Join food sovereignty activist Daniel Anthony as he pounds poi, a staple of Native Hawaiian life, and shares about the cyclical nature of the indigenous way of life and his vision of restoring ‘aina momona (abundant land) in Hawai‘i.

Daniel believes that many of the challenges facing Hawai‘i today can be addressed through fostering a relationship with Häloa—the first ancestor of the
Hawaiian people and the Hawaiian name for the kalo plant.

Come learn how to feed the 'åina by eating from the the 'åina, and be a part of the reconnection of the Hawai‘ian people to indigenous roots.
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Daniel Anthony

Daniel Anthony lives in the ahupuaa of Kaneohe, in the district of Koolaupoko, on the island of Oahu. With the Koolau mountain range at his back and the Pacific at his nose, he believes in the mana (power) of our aina and its ability to continue to feed us and our keiki. Daniel and... Read More →

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