Kumu Pua Case
Kumu Pua Case, born and raised on the Island of Hawai’i surrounded by the high mountains of Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa, Hualālai and Kohala, the fresh waters of Kohākōhau and Waikoloa and the plains of Waimea.
Pua’s life path and purpose has led her to become a Kumu Hula, a teacher of traditional dance and chant, and a teacher of the life ways, culture and traditions of the kanaka maoli or native peoples of Hawai’i.
Pua has been a part of the Mauna Kea Movement over the past ten years and has been involved in both community and frontline actions to safeguard the mountain and unify peoples of all nations in a collective mission to network, plan, and support one another. Pua has supported many stances around the world including Standing Rock in North Dakota, Split Rock Camp in New York, Ohlone and Winnemem Wintu in California, Oak Flat in Arizona, and has assisted organizations and individuals in areas including New York, Louisiana and Minnesota in their efforts to protect their rivers, bayous and wetlands. She has traveled throughout Europe to spread the message for the protection of sacred places through music, and ceremony in the spirit of Aloha for all.
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