About

Aloha!

I’m a peace-loving environmentalist, social justice advocate, and a life-long learner who loves to meet people and experience new things. Anything I can do to make a difference, count me in 🙂

As a student / activist @ the University of Hawaii, I hope to provide a better world for future generations. Though I live in paradise, I see a constant struggle for change as well as the oppression and suffering that humans and our environment faces. With that said, I am a firm believer in the idea that peace and progress are manifested everywhere, and will continue to grow through action and compassion for all beings.

With a passion for environmental justice, immigrant rights, animal rights, food security, and equality, I hope to utilize this blog as a way to channel my hopes, frustrations, and passions. I will be posting my observations and opinions on life and society as I see it, and I welcome any comments and opinions (but no negativity, please!). Thanks for stopping by!

Peace and love,
Doorae

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5 responses to “About

  1. Hope this is alright. I was kind of on deadline. Had trouble getting a good clear picture too. Still haven’t mastered phone photography.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/frank-degiacomo/the-next-wave-hi-grassroo_b_4336933.html

    Keep up the great work!

    Your fellow vegan multi-movement activist,

    Frank

  2. Doorae, mahalo to you for keeping hope alive by doing your part!

    I’m working on lowering the voting age to 16 in the state, and will be in touch with you, Lisa, and SNAP to see if I can get help with just a day of fliering outside a high school -to get the ball rolling.

    I also am the President of Animal Haven, a vegan animal rescue and advocacy org so if you want me to keep in the loop on that check us out on Facebook or Twitter.

    For the Animals,

    Frank

  3. Hey Doorae, I can use a hand flyering at the high schools for the lowering the voting age campaign. If you think you could spare an hour one afternnoon send me an e-mail at VotingEquality@gmail.com. I know you’re very busy, so if not I would understand, but I thought it couldn’t hurt to ask.

    Mahalo!
    Frank

  4. Pingback: VegFest Oahu Strengthens Hawaii’s Plant-Based Community | Positive Media

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