• Native Hawaiians Asked: Can Science and Culture Co-exist on Maunakea?

    April 26, 2021
    Native Hawaiians Asked: Can Science and Culture Co-exist on Maunakea?
    The successful Hawaii Island Economic Development Board's Native Hawaiian Perspectives webinar series continued in April with a discussion on culture and science co-existing on Maunakea.

    Native Hawaiian panelists sharing perspectives were Peter Apo, Amber Imai-Hong, Wally Ishibashi, Kimo Lee and Mailani Neal.

    The YouTube link for Native Hawaiian Perspectives: Can Science and Culture Co-Exist on Maunakea webinar is below. Please feel free to share it with others.




    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNIk2ZyNqi8&t=4s
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