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15 extraordinary Hawaii women who inspire us all

The halls of Hawaii’s history are filled with examples of powerful and inspirational wahine (women) who made progressive steps for women’s, indigenous and minority rights across the Hawaiian Islands. Their actions and achievements also instilled pride in culture and identity, regardless of gender. Adding to our list of “14 extraordinary women in Hawaii’s history,” here are more equally remarkable figures who were steadfast in their causes, unafraid to challenge the status quo and stand up for what they believe in . . .

For the full article by Matthew Dekneef head to hawaiimagazine.com in the link below.

15 extraordinary Hawaii women who inspire us all

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