We share, promote, and educate the community about American Indians, Alaska Native, and First Nations traditions, cultures, and heritage through cultural exchanges, community outreach events, educational presentations and an Annual Intertribal Powwow.
Four Generations of Roots & Relationships
The O'ahu Inter-Tribal Council is the legacy of local Kanaka 'Oiwi and military Native Americans from Turtle Island. Their determination to persevere in mutual respect and community solidarity is at the heart of everything we do in honor of the gifts and cultural values they've given us.
What We Do
Perpetuate Indigenous Cultures
We perpetuate indigenous traditions and practices through cultural events, workshops, performances, and fundraisers.
We engage the community through cultural gatherings, exchanges, and the Annual Honolulu Intertribal Powwow
Support Families & Education
We support families through fundraisers, food drives, and giveaways. We promote education through student internships, scholarships, and educational presentations.