Native Hawaiian Leaders Unite to Stop the Surge of COVID-19 2021-08-27 Lāhui COVID-19 Press ConferenceJoin Native Hawaiian leaders from various sectors of the community as they unite to encourage everyone to do their part to stop the surge of COVID-19. Livestreaming via ʻŌiwi TV . Organized by COVID Pau and the Hawai'i State Senate. Mahalo to all our partners: Papa Ola Lokahi, Kamehameha Schools, Liliuokalani Trust, Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement, Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Lunalilo Home, Partners In Development Foundation, Congressman Kaiali‘i Kahele, Ka Wai Ola News, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander Hawai'i Covid-19 3R Team, ‘Ahahui ‘o nā Kauka, Association of Native Hawaiian Physicians, Hawaii Community Foundation, Kanaeokana, Hawaiʻi Ponoʻī Coalition, Mana I Ka Leo Power of the Voice, The Kūpuna Network, Aina Aloha Economic Futures, Waipukua Foundation, Ekolu Mea Nui, and Bennet Group Strategic CommunicationsPosted by Liliuokalani Trust on Thursday, August 26, 2021 Leaders from various sectors of the Native Hawaiian community united on Thursday, Aug. 26, 2021 to encourage community members to do their part to stop the surge of COVID-19. With Native Hawaiians representing nearly 32% of all COVID-19 cases statewide (while only constituting 21% of the population), more needs to be done to empower and educate Native Hawaiians on what choices are best for their community, their ʻohana and loved ones.