Story by: Dacia TaleniPhotos provided by: Dacia Taleni When you hear the words “Samoan girl”, what do you think about? I used to envision a thin, fair-skinned woman with long dark hair and a wide red lipstick smile. This woman is in all the Samoan movies, advertisements and cultural celebrations. She is always the bride, […]
Photo in preview from: Afakasi Prints Personal Blog written by Contributor: Amanda Stowers It’s not something you realize at first, at least not consciously. You know that you’re different. But as time goes on, you start to keep a mental count of how many times you look around and notice you’re the only one like […]
Very honored to have our first guest writer Me Fuimaono-Poe, FNP-BC, on our blog sharing her personal essay on why Samoans should advocate and stand for Mauna Kea.
Late post: Lady Pasifika in collaboration with Su’a Sulu’ape Aisea Toetu’u & Media Pasefika hosted the inaugural, “Pasifika Arts Showcase” at Hawai’i State Capital grounds on October 20, 2018. We were very proud of the artists who shared their beautiful artwork with us and the community. We were so honored to have so many different […]