INPEACE's free community-based, cultural awareness and education programs are enhancing the lives of Native Hawaiians.
Since 1994, INPEACE has been working to educate and empower Native Hawaiian communities. INPEACE has emerged as a local and international leader in early childhood education, workforce development and cultural land stewardship.
INPEACE focuses on addressing root causes to systemic issues impacting Native Hawaiians and those who live in the same communities. Through direct service programming we reached 6,200 children, parents/caregivers, teachers and students a year.
Jennifer Robbins spoke with CEO Dr. Kanoe Naone to find out more about the organization.
For more information, visit www.inpeace.org.
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