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Hui Hoʻiwai Reentry Summit
Hoʻi to signify return, and the hoʻiwai is the part of the loʻi system  where the diverted water returns to the river where it belongs.

Hui Hoʻiwai is an informal working group of advocacy and reentry organizations striving to empower our communities and fighting to end the dehumanization of incarcerated people. We push for a paradigm shift where the default is not to put people in cages for violations or offenses. We believe in community investment and accountability that is therapeutic and restorative, not punitive.

Hui Hoʻiwai cordially invites you to participate in our Justice Reform Summit taking place at Ala Moana Hotel in Honolulu on Sunday, March 20th (in person limited) and at Café Julia in Honolulu on Monday, March 21st.  Virtual options are available.

Kānaka Maoli, Native Hawaiians, are disproportionately impacted by the criminal legal system in numerous and damaging ways. We need to come together to address these issues and strategize on ways we can bring transformative and lasting reform to a severely broken system.

Kūkākūkā and workshop topics will include: Justice reform, culturally-based interventions, Ho’okanaka process, reducing recidivism, reimagining reintegration, decarceration, impact on ‘ohana, healthcare options, building power, and trauma-informed recovery.  Summit is for reentry service provider organizations, formerly incarcerated people, people with incarcerated loved ones,criminal legal reform organizations.  

*Registration is free                                                                                                                                                     *COVID precautions will be taken
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Day 1 -  Reentry Strategy, Storytelling, and Legislative Training                                                    
E Ho’olako ia a’e nei me ka Hanohano…E na Hawaiʻi pioʻole me ka mana’o -  Enrich with pride our work...Cherish Hawaii of our people's values

Mohala i ka wai ka maka o ka pua  - Unfolded by the water are the faces of the flowers, flowers thrive where there is water as thriving people are found where living conditions are good
Day 1 -Open to Reentry Service Providers + Justice Involved People, Ala Moana Hotel, Oahu (At capacity, ONLY virtual open)                                     1pm to 7pm
Day 2 Advocacy Day
E lawe i ke aʻo a mālama, a e ʻoi mau ka naʻauao  He/she/they who takes teachings and applies them increases their knowledge

Hulihia Refers to massive upheavals that change the landscape, overturn the normal, reverse the flow and sweep away the prevailing or assumed
Day 2 - Open to public and public officials, Café Julia, Oahu (capacity 100), 9am - 4pm
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