When I was asked to join the SHAKA Movement I knew my answer immediately. I have lived the SHAKA Movement all my life.
The state Motto “Ua Mau ke Ea o ka ʻĀina i ka Pono” (Life is perpetuated through a balanced relationship with the land) came from our King and he bestowed it unto our Chiefs. Then one day we somehow became a so-called territory and whoever were the politicians during the time of the territory also adopted that ...Read More
Lorrin Pang, M.D. B.S. Chemistry, Princeton, MPH, Tulane, and MD, Tulane
Endocrinologist (Diabetes and Hormones Specialist), Genetic Expert and Medical Researcher, Consultant to WHO, Consultant to the United States Congress, Maui District County Health Officer. He participates and speaks as a private citizen.
Seven Years ago I was called to Molokai because the children next to the GMO fields were sick ...Read More
Aloha, I would like to introduce myself as a citizen first of Haiku Town and a Naturopathic Physician & Registered Nurse. I am a 1984 graduate of Bastyr University, Kenmore, Washington, who is in private practice as a family practitioner. I also had a 20 year midwifery practice in Encinitas, California.
I am a mother of two, home birthed son and two grandchildren ...Read More
Mark Sheehan has a BSS in Social Science, M.A English Lit, U. Wisconsin Ph.D. Education U.C. Berkeley.
My postdoctoral work was the study of the liberation and clarification of consciousness as it relates to personal health and the environment. It was clear 40 years ago that corporations were contaminating the environment in ways that devastate public health while government agencies failed to study or control those impacts ...Read More
“What we do to our environment we do to ourselves.”
Lei’ohu Ryder is a spiritual leader, visionary, healer, singer/songwriter, and educator on Maui. She is an emissary of aloha and an advocate for the indigenous soul in all people, blind to the labels (race, creed, nationality, ideology, etc.) that can separate us from experiencing the true nature of our selves and others. Auntie Lei's love and knowledge of Na Mea Hawaii ...Read More