It was very far from Hawaii when he first landed in Boston, but Kuahi knew for him it was home. And after discovering other Hawaiians in the area, he started Wahi Ku Moku - the Boston Hawaiian Club. But everything changed upon receiving a call from the late John “Butch” Kekahu in Anahola, Kauai asking him to help produce the now historic Aloha March of 1998. Soon after, Butch invited Kuahi to become a Koani Foundation director. Join us in our fascinating interview with Kuahi filmed on the National Mall in Washington, DC during the Kue Petitions Names Display Project and youʻll discover why all things Hawaiian are very much alive and well in the city of Boston.