Mililani Bernardette Trask

Mililani Bernardette Trask is the first elected Kia`āina of Ka Lāhui Hawai`i, who served from 1990-1998. A longtime leader in the Hawaiian sovereignty movement, Mililani has advocated both in Hawaii and abroad to advance rights on behalf of indigenous peoples and is considered an indigenous expert to the United Nations in international and human rights law.
Self-Governance Can Come Without State Or Federal Interference Civil Beat

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.