Congresswoman Amua Amata, representative of American Samoa, will be in Torrance on Wednesday, September 18th, to share about about some of her recent work.
Join the Superintendent of Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) to strategize programs to support our Pacific Islander students.
Thursday, February 22
5:30 – 8pm
1515 E Hughes Way
Long Beach, CA
Door prizes and refreshments will be provided!
The UCLA Pacific Islander Alumni Association is hosting its first Networking and Professionals Conference in an effort to encourage Pacific Islanders of every generation to pursue their professional goals, whatever they may be.
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Join Basic Hawaiian originator and Hawaiian language authority Ku Kahakalau, Ph.D. for a free, two-hour, interactive workshop and training on a fun, new way to learn Hawaiian language and culture.
Come and find out how BASIC HAWAIIAN can help you learn Hawaiian language, values and cultural practices any time, any- where, using your computer, iPad or iPhone.
All you need is the desire to learn and a few ?ohana or friends to practice with regularly.
June 21 at 2pm
Hula Halau o Lilinoe
305B Torrance Blvd
Click here to download the flyer.
Kaha i ka Panoa Kaleponi Hawaiian Civic Club is co-presenting three film programs at the 2015 LA Asian Pacific Film Festival (LAAPFF). Two of the films feature protagonists that are associated with the Kamehameha Schools. LAAPFF screenings begin Thursday, April 23.
The film follows the Hawaiian Taekwondo and wrestling phenom Teshya A’lo as she develops from a sometimes cocky twelve year-old athlete to a more seasoned and experienced sixteen year-old competitor. What does it take for a local Hawai’ian girl to be an Olympic contender in two sports?
Screening: Saturday, 25 April at 5:30pm at the Japanese American National Museum (69 min)