Laulani Teale is the Coordinator of Hoʻopae Peace Project. She is an indigenous peacemaker, activist, musician, teacher, artist and writer culturally trained in laʻau lapaʻau (traditional herbalism) and hoʻoponopono (traditional peacemaking), who specializes in health issues related to activism and colonization.    She has been a front-line activist in major kanaka struggles and serves the kanaka movement in many capacities. She holds a Master’s degree in Community Health Development and Education from the University of Hawaiʻi School of Public Health.

Cultural Perspectives on Prenatal Bonding: Panel Discussion

March 24, 2021
12:00 pm – 1:15 pm Eastern

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