Shame on the tourists who’ve been passing through Lāhainā Town, acting all pilau and taking selfies with our burnt town in the background. They need to be reminded this isnʻt a photo opportunity — it’s our home. The community is still grappling with the aftermath of these tragic losses and actions like this make the […]
I was bawling in my truck when a fellow local pulled up and asked what was wrong.
Determined to escape her old grandmother…..
As a brown skinned native Hawaiian I’ve never felt more out of place or judged.
Why you wanna’ spoil the beauty of the trail with your bag of dog poop?
People like you give me hope for the future.
Yesterday I picked up a pound of rubbish.
I can tell you’re not kamaʻāina because a local would never ask.
There’s bad neighbors and then there’s you. Shame!
Don’t want a dirty ashtray? Don’t smoke. Want to smoke? You get a dirty ashtray. Simple.