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A few midwives seek to uphold Native Hawaiian birth traditions. Would a state law jeopardize them?

  • Ki‘inaniokalani Kahoʻohanohano is involved in a legal battle in Honolulu to protect traditional Native Hawaiian birth practices.
  • Lawmakers passed a midwife licensure law in 2019 due to concerns about risks in midwifery, affecting Kahoʻohanohano's ability to practice custom births.
  • Kahoʻohanohano and others are represented by the Center for Reproductive Rights and the Native Hawaiian Legal Corporation.
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