May-June Artists in Residence The Reminders

May-June Artists in Residence The Reminders

Charles Lawrence, Scholar and Law Professor

Charles Lawrence, Scholar and Law Professor

The Pōpolo Project is a Hawai‘i-based nonprofit organization that works to make the lives of Black folks visible among what we commonly think of as Local, highlighting the vivid, complex diversity of Blackness.

The Reminders at HiSAM

The Reminders at HiSAM

The Pōpolo Project at Kuʻi for a Cause

The Pōpolo Project at Kuʻi for a Cause

Juneteenth 2018

Juneteenth 2018

Pōpolo Project original short film Healing Traditions

Pōpolo Project original short film Healing Traditions

Black August 2018

Black August 2018

The Pōpolo Project in Flux Hawaiʻi Magazine

The Pōpolo Project in Flux Hawaiʻi Magazine

Ishmael Butler, Musician

Ishmael Butler, Musician

Mai ka pō mai: Connecting Black liberation and Hawaiian sovereignty

Mai ka pō mai: Connecting Black liberation and Hawaiian sovereignty

Ta-Nehisi Coates in Conversation at the Honolulu Museum of Art

Ta-Nehisi Coates in Conversation at the Honolulu Museum of Art

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#fluxhawaii #fluxtribes

#fluxhawaii #fluxtribes

Alsarah and the Nubatones in Hawai‘i

Alsarah and the Nubatones in Hawai‘i

About the Pōpolo Project

About the Pōpolo Project

Pōpolo: A taxonomy

Pōpolo: A taxonomy