Welcome

Talofa lava, Aloha, Hafa Adai, Malo o e lelei, Raam anim, Kia ora, Ia ora na, Ko na mauri mauri, Bula!

We welcome you with the warmest salutation to our humble community and site where our mission is to simply, share real stories about our bad-ass community of women.

We’ve connected with many of you across the globe through our social media channels and we are grateful to have you on our website where you will find more content, the newest updates on Lady Pasifika and we invite you to get on our email list, here:

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We are excited to share the inspiration behind Covergirl Dez Ale’s organization Her Game Sports , we share stories of resilience after lockdowns occurred, stories of different versions of “Self-Hate” realities in our communities, 3 new emerging Creatives to watch, community organizations you should know about, our Ask Aunty! segment with our very own @askauntypasifika sharing that old school tough love and love letters from our contributors in honor of International Women’s Day! Check out our newest issue and please, get your digital copy, read and share!

Visions change as organically as life. We’ve shifted a few things but never our mission. We are here for our community, sharing stories that resonate with you, that you keep with you and hopefully inspire & motivate you. We are here, cheering for you and sending so much alofaaga across the Moana to all of you, our beautiful community!

Alofa tele,

Tolua 

Note: The beautiful background artwork is by artist Salote Kuila We are so grateful to Salote for allowing us to showcase her beautiful artwork on our website. Salote is featured in our current issue, “Thank You”.

In our audio playlist we are so proud to feature two of our profiled creatives.

The powerful poem you hear is, “Diaspora Grieving” is by poet, Sila Joy Taufe’ulungaki who is also featured in our 5th issue, “Thank You”.  

The haunting, beautiful vocals of Audrey English grace our page with her cover of, “Amuia le Lupe”, a song close to her heart that reminds her of her grandparents in Sāmoa. Audrey is profiled in our current issue, “Resilience”.