About

This site is a tool intended to assist in the path towards unity for kanaka maoli and hawaiian people. I welcome participation, and will respond in kind.

Please read my post Call for Delegates to Preserve Hawaiian Unity for more information.

I am not part of any Native Hawaiian political organization, nor any US or State of Hawaii group. My career for the past 20 years had been as a Internet/Web Software Developer in NYC (resident of Brooklyn, NY). I am a descendant (great-great-grandchild) of William Goodness (naturalized to Kingdom of Hawaii 1890) and Kaulia Kahawai, Chung Alo and Julia Kapela. My Grandfather was Ned Goodness and my father is Manu Goodness, who built Alu Like on Maui County in the 1970’s. Plus, much more ohana of course. I was raised on Maui until i was 18, moved to the mainland, and graduated from UMass-Amherst. My father and some of my brothers attended Kamahehameha Schools.  I own and maintain my 3rd generation family home in Wailuku, Maui, where I, my wife Christina, and our 2 keiki are part-time residents.

Me Ke Aloha,

– Raul Nohea Goodness

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3 thoughts on “About

  1. Rodney

    Aloha would like to know more on the Aloha Coin and when will we can start coming out and start purchasing..I really am for this and would love to be apart of this please get back to me a big Mahalo!

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  2. Rodney

    I always said growing up we need to make our own currency again somehow Aloha Coin is the way Im so happy I envisioned this years ago.

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  3. Pi

    Aloha Raul, do you know what is going on with Aloha-Coin recently? I ask because I have not found any way to actually produce them. Also, are they still being controlled by a Japanese organization?
    – pi –
    408-840-3148

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