We are proud members of the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs (AHCC) and the Mainland Council of the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs (MCAHCC) and have been civilly engaged in Hawaiian nation building activities since 2010. Club leaders and members regularly attend MCAHCC Quarterly Meetings and the annual convention hosted by the AHCC.




Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA)

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) is a public agency with a high degree of autonomy. OHA is responsible for improving the well-being of Native Hawaiians.


OHA grew out of organized efforts in the 1970s to right past wrongs suffered by Native Hawaiians for over 100 years. Hawaiians’ newfound activism brought their plight to the consciousness of the general public, leading grassroots leaders to propose, at the time, that income from land taken from the illegal overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom be used to benefit Hawaiians. After voters of all backgrounds agreed, OHA was born in 1978.


OHA Website


Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs (AHC)

The oldest Hawaiian community-based grass roots organization founded in 1918 by Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalaniana’ole, Delegate to the United States House of Representatives. They:

  • Are advocates for improved welfare of native Hawaiians in culture, health, economic development, education, social welfare, and nationhood, to name a few.
  • Perpetuate and preserve language, history, music, dance and other cultural traditions.


"Out Of State", a PBS Documentary 05/06/2019

Be informed of the treatment of Hawaiian and Pacific Islander people incarcerated in mainland correctional facilities and their plight adjusting back into society and normality. Watch this amazing documentary to get educated on what is happening to indigenous people in our correctional facilities. The documentary film “Out of State” will air on PBS Lens throughout the US on the plight of these people.