Kanu Fellows

Kanu Fellows

In 2013, the Kanu Fellows program was created to offer members co-learning and hands-on experiences to increase community participation and engagement with courage, humility, and minimal dependence on money. They led workshops and workdays throughout the state around topics including public narrative, community building, strategy, structure, and action. Each Fellow applied this learning on personal projects which included urban forestry, legislative options for family leave, GMO messaging, food organizing, social enterprise development, charter school development, youth substance abuse interventions, and Kids Voting Hawaii.