Fuifuilupe Niumeitolu

Dr. Fuifuilupe Niumeitolu, Ph.D., is a Tongan/Pacific Islander/Oceanian scholar, storyteller and community organizer. Her research and community work center issues of climate and environmental justice, ending violence against women, prison abolition and restorative justice, as well as building radical solidarities with California American Indian tribes to protect Indigenous Sacred Sites in the Pacific/Oceania and here in California. She is currently a University of California President’s Postdoctoral Fellow and Facilitator of the Oceania Research Working Group in the Department of Native American Studies at University of California, Davis. 

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Fuifuilupe Niumeitolu

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We Are the Medicine! The Feminine Power to Heal Our Communities. Three Perspectives, Three Hearts, One Medicine.
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We Are the Medicine! The Feminine Power to Heal Our Communities. Three Perspectives, Three Hearts, One Medicine.

Excerpts from the special event featuring stories of Indigenous feminine wisdom.

Words by Patricia Chicueyi Coatl, Dr. Fuifuilupe Niumeitolu, Pepe Santamaría, and Corrina Gould

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