- Venue: Schwartz Plaza
- Address: New York, NY
Presented by the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU and Mauna Kea Education and Awareness.
Join us for an opening ceremony for KŪKULU: Pillars Standing Together featuring remarks from co-curator Lehuanani DeFranco (Kānaka ʻŌiwi); Chief Dwaine Perry (Ramapough-Lunaape Nation); Chenae Bullock (Shinnecock/Montauk), Founder/CEO of Moskehtu Consulting and Cultural Preservationist; Roberto Mukaro Burrero (Taino), Human Rights Advocate and Cultural Advisor; and Cliff Matias (Kichwa/Taino), Cultural Director at Redhawk Indigenous Arts Council, Founder of Reddrum MC.
Directions and accessibility: The Schwartz Plaza Vitrines are visible to the public 24/7 in the brick passage-way between NYU Bobst Library and NYU Stern, directly south of Washington Square East and across from founder’s memorial. The passage-way is wheelchair accessible. This is a fully outdoor event. If you have any access needs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photograph of Kahaili giving wai (water) as ho’okupu (an offering) to the Mauna at Pu’uhuluhulu by Leinaʻala Sleighthom, her mother.