Our relationship with ʻāina teaches us that the abundance of life can manifest in many forms.
OHA has a constitutional responsibility to advocate for the overall wellbeing of Native Hawaiians. This responsibility includes ensuring that beneficiaries have a pathway to become homeowners and the ability to build generational wealth.
Contemporary kānaka civic movements in the 1970s, or the “Hawaiian Renaissance,” reflected a rise in kānaka consciousness.
The 2022 legislative session was a historic one for Native Hawaiians.