Adin Kawate is a fifth-generation Japanese and Filipina woman born and raised on Kauaʻi, Hawaiʻi who currently resides in Bloomington, Indiana. Her passions are indigenous lifeways and learning, which include food growing and making, crafting, storytelling, singing, dancing and ceremony. She is a student of hula, oli, and kapa making. She is currently working as the Education and Program Assistant for the First Nations Education and Cultural Center.
Contributions to HumansandNature.org:
- Huli Lua Ē
A response to “What are the lessons of loss?”
- First Nations Education and Cultural Center
Learn about Adin Kawate’s work.