Josiah "Black" Ho`ohuli

Josiah "Black" Ho`ohuli is the second elected Kia`āina of Ka Lāhui Hawai`i, who served from 1998-2002. A Nanakuli homesteader, Black is a longtime advocate of homestead beneficiaries to enforce the trust responsibilities owed to beneficiaries under state and federal law.
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Self-Governance Can Come Without State Or Federal Interference

Na'i Aupuni candidates should not speak for Ka Lāhui Hawai`i, the evolutionary product of years of legal research, community dialogues, meetings and workshops.