VIDEO: Representation of indigenous peoples discussed in final episode of ‘Conversations with Kai’

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During the final episode of his show, Conversations with Kai, U.S. Rep. Kai Kahele of Hawaiʻi sat down with Congresswoman Sharice Davids of Kansas and Congresswoman Mary Peltola of Alaska to discuss the representation of indigenous peoples.

U.S. Rep Kai Kahele (right) discusses the representation of indigenous peoples with U.S. Rep Mary Peltola (left) and U.S. Rep Sharice Davids (middle). Photo Courtesy: Kai Kahele

Rep. Kahele, who is Native Hawaiian, talked with Rep. Davids, who is one of the first two Native American women elected to Congress, and Rep. Peltola, who is Yup’ik, an indigenous people from western and southwestern Alaska.

Kahele is nearing the end of his congressional term. He did not seek reelection in order to run for governor of Hawai’i, but lost to Josh Green in the primary.


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