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In 2000, six leaders in Hawaii’s Tahitian community — Raymond Mariteragi, Rose Perreira, Etua Tahauri, Iona Teriipaia, Niu Ulima and Danford Kekauoha — met to discuss the possibility of starting an organization that could help perpetuate the Tahitian culture outside of French Polynesia. Two years

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