Unfortunately, domestic violence cases are on the rise during the COVID-19 pandemic. As our community is being asked to “Stay at Home,” many island family members continue to be abused behind closed doors. Everyone in our community deserves to be safe and free from violence in their homes and relationships; with the freedom to make positive choices about their lives and the opportunity for economic well-being.
The U.S. Census Bureau proudly presents this powerful rendition of “This is Me” performed by Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander artists and dancers from across the country to invite and inspire their community to be seen, heard, and counted in the 2020 Census.
Shape our future. Start here. Learn more WWW.2020CENSUS.GOV.
Featuring performances by: Kalenakū, Raiatea, Dillion Bien, Darren Bien, Lehua Kalima, Jericho Seumanu, Kumu Hula Mark Kealiʻi Hoʻomalu & Academy of Hawaiian Arts, Natalie Ai Kamauu, Jordis Unga, Samoan Community Development Center Choir, Nancy Fifita “Fancy Nancy”, Taʻu Pupu’a, Voka Mataele, Lea Love, Amy Hānaialiʻi Gilliom, Siaki Sii, Tavaʻesina Aloʻovaveao Scanlan, Tavana Mcmoore, Tiana Liufau, Jerome Faʻanana Grey, Tinifu Loa Grey, Lāʻie Community Members, Teheiara Kealohanui Pimental
Special thanks to: The Kalaimoku Group, Hawaiian Airlines, Daniel K. Inouye Institute, Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement, and 4 Miles LLC.
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