HOʻŪLU LAHAINA UNITY GATHERING

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HOʻŪLU LAHAINA UNITY GATHERING

Saturday, January 20, 2024

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LELE ALOHA

Is an operating foundation 501(c)(3) in the State of Hawai‘i, created to support a thriving Hawai‘i through community regeneration.

OUR VISION

Is a thriving Hawai‘i founded on love of the land, love of ‘ohana, and love of community.

OUR MISSION

Is to honor Hawai‘i’s rich genealogy for ‘ohana; protecting land, ocean, water resources, and building healthy communities beginning with Lahaina.

OUR VALUES

LOVE & PROTECT...

LOVE & PROTECT...

‘ĀINA

‘ĀINA

OUR LAND

‘OHANA

‘OHANA

OUR FAMILY

KĀKOU

KĀKOU

OUR COMMUNITY

OUR STRATEGY

REPAIR our canoe.

RESET our compass.

REESTABLISH our heading.

RECALIBRATE the four houses & 32 points on the compass.

UNITE EVERYONE UNDER ONE SAIL PLAN in order to ensure a thriving community for generations to come.

OUR KULEANA

Manaiakalani Cultural Resource Management

Perpetuating the generational cultural practices of our ancestors in the ocean and on land.

Lele Community Engagement

Creating initiatives that build community well-being and resilience.

Lahaina Housing Initiative

Create a short, mid and long term housing strategy for our displaced Lahaina ʻohana to return home.

OUR ‘OHANA

Archie Kalepa (Captain)

Archie Kalepa's story is deeply intertwined with the rich cultural heritage of Hawai’i, specifically his hometown of Lahaina on Maui. Archie comes from a long line of Hawaiians deeply connected to the ocean, his lineage hailing back to the Konohiki, known as the traditional caretakers of their community.

CREW MEMBERS

Mālia Ka‘aihue, Ph.D
Na‘alehu Anthony
Kerry Konrady
Alicia Kalepa
Noe Noe Wong-Wilson, Ph.D