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Where does my money go?
100% proceeds from these shirts go to support the grassroots,
community work of KAHEA, defending Hawai'i's plants, animals, people,
landscape, sacred spaces and island ways of living. Look good and feel
good, while doing good!

What is KAHEA?
We are a 501(c)3 Hawai'i non-profit, locally-grown, and Hawaiian-led.
We have an office and small staff in Honolulu, just blocks away from
the State Capitol and `Iolani Palace.

At the heart of our mission is a deep belief in the power of community
and collective action. The future of our `āina and our unique island
way of life, is a counting on an engaged, empowered and informed
public to speak up!

KAHEA is an acronym for Ka (the) Hawaiian-Environmental Alliance.
Kāhea translates from Hawaiian as "the call."

What are you guys about?
KAHEA is about Hawai`i. About a healthy environment and thriving
cultural traditions for Ka Pae `Āina. In the face of increasing
assaults to Hawai`i's land, ocean, water, native species, culture, and
way of life, we are charting a different course.

KAHEA is about people. Because empowered people engaged in collective
action is what leads to lasting and meaningful change. KAHEA is a
thousands-strong alliance of cultural practitioners, environmental
advocates, teachers, scientists, resource experts, community leaders,
clergy, union members, doctors, health professionals, social workers,
students, and concerned individuals around the world, reaching across
class, age, income, race and gender.

Together, we are saying "YES!" to our right to a healthy environment
and our right to traditional and customary cultural practice. We're
saying "YES!" to improving human health, promoting peace and justice,
and reclaiming our sovereignty over what's on our plates. Everyday,
we're at work in Hawai`i communities, empowering public voices
speaking for true change.

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