Namelehuapono: Using Hawaiian Culture as a Pathway to Healing from Domestic and Sexual Violence (NIWRC)


This on-demand webinar explores:

  • How Native Hawaiians & indigenous approaches are valuable when seeking healing from domestic violence
  • How cultural ways of thinking & acting can help stop the violence
  • How colonization & racism must be acknowledged as part of the problem
  • How trauma is a central theme related to intimate violence
  • How colonization is a form of trauma (loss of culture, traditions, language, access, land, people)
  • How one can utilize Hawaiian traditions with Western “best practices” to find healing

Watch this free on-demand webinar


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