We center the healing of our communities from historical and generational trauma experienced through Asian and European colonialism, white supremacy, and enforced religious assimilation. Pasifika peoples have experienced decades of systematic violations of their human rights on their homelands and face structural racism while in the continental U.S. These harms have rendered millions of Pasifika peoples landless and homeless. We are committed to decolonize our collective analysis by honoring our histories, preserving and perpetuating our languages and cultures and standing in solidarity with Native Americans to protect our mothers, the Earth and the Ocean. Our PICA-WA networks are dedicated to combating institutional and structural racism through strenthening our commitment to antiracist principles. We partner with the People’s Institute of Survival and Beyond by adhering to the UIR antiracist principles below.