From TULSI2020 <[email protected]>
Subject Word of the Month: Lōkahi
Date May 28, 2020 7:55 PM
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--Tulsi Gabbard for President--

Aloha Jack,

Nearly 30 years ago, May was officially designated as Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Today, more than ever, we should take a moment to recognize some of the many contributions those in the Asian and Pacific Islander community have given us, thereby enriching the American experience.

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Wilhelmina Kekelaokalaninui Widemann Dowsett was a Native Hawaiian suffragist who helped organize the National Women's Equal Suffrage Association of Hawaii, the first women's suffrage club in the Territory of Hawaii, in 1912.

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Asian/Pacific American Heritage Awareness Month Proclamation signed in the East Room of the White House, May 3, 1993.

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At the Oʻahu Veterans Center on April 12, 2017, Tulsi Gabbard joined the Military Order of the Purple Heart (MOPH), Rainbow Chapter 483 (Honolulu) in honoring twelve recipients of the Purple Heart Medal at an official presentation ceremony.

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Chiura Obata (1885–1975) ranks among the most significant California-based artists and Japanese American cultural leaders of the last century. Born in Okayama, Japan, Obata immigrated to San Francisco in 1903... READ MORE [[link removed]]

In keeping with this year’s Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month we’re reminded of the Hawaiian principle of Lōkahi.

Lōkahi means harmony and unity, but not through uniformity. When we work together we can achieve more through cooperation and mutual respect despite our differences. This timeless lesson can guide us as we confront this pandemic together, as one country.

~ Mahalo

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