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Taulele'a Katoa (United Peoples)

Taulele'a Katoa means united peoples in English and is representative of our cultural Pacific Islander heritage. In this club, we celebrate all the different Pacific Islander cultures which strengthens our Dominican family.

Mission

The purpose of Taulele'a Katoa (United Peoples) is to reach out to students who want to learn more about the different Pacific Island cultures. This includes Fiji, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, and many more. We will be looking at the different dances, foods and histories that these cultures possess. Within this club, we hope to share our knowledge of the different customs that each student brings to Dominican. We will be aiming to have a Polynesian Day or a luau in celebration of our heritage.

Contact

Lilieta Fe'ao, Taulele'a Katoa President: lilieta.faeo@students.dominican.edu

Maegan Funesto, Taulele'a Katoa Secretary and ICC Representative: maegan.funesto@students.dominican.edu


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