. Heiress Considered Last Hawaiian Princess Leaves $100M for Native Hawaiian Causes « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NATIVE NEWS ONLINE – The money has been left in royal trusts specifically aimed at preserving language and culture. The infusion of such a large sum will help them meet goals that often seemed out of reach, said Dr. Naleen Naupaka Andrade, executive vice president of Native Hawaiian Health for The Queen’s Health System, speaking to The Associated Press. “Quite frankly, the needs of Hawaiians in education, in social welfare, in housing, in health far exceeds the capacity of these trusts,” Andrade said to the AP. “They augment what federal and state dollars should be doing for Hawaii’s Indigenous peoples.”

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