Interviews

Annette talks with RudeBwoy3nt President Danny Osi Perez a few days before the 2017 Island Reggae Festival.

Carl talks with longtime Polynesian community activist Neo Veavea –

 

Phil Alapati answers Siai Morales’ callout and sits down with us to talk about the positive things he is involved in:

PolyByDesign sits down with Polynesian business owner Siai Carol Morales. Siai is the owner of Matalasi Skin care & Make-up in San Bruno, CA. Siai talks about her foundation for her passion and calls out her role models Phil Alapati and Danny Perez.

University of California Santa Cruz student Lolohea Fuka promotes the “Motivation Conference” that happens May 5th-May7th 2017.  Fuka was in attendance at the April session of “Journey To Empowerment” and agreed to sit down impromptu and speak on the event and it’s importance.

Polynesian activist Doris Tulifau speaks openly about her journey, her role models, and the creation and meaning of the “Brown Girl Woke” movement. Tulifau is leading events and speaking on Pacific Islander issues throughout the western hemisphere.

Saka Fa’afiti answers little Sister Easter’s callout as one of her positive Polynesian role models:

Positive Polynesian role-model Easter Fa’afiti sits down and talks to us about finding her passion for basketball, her Olympic experience and the people in her life that she sees as role models.  Look for Easter’s 2017 Spring fundraiser softball tournament and get involved to help support her journey back to the olympic medal podium.