In a crucial time of need, Pu‘uhonua o Puna became a home for those who no longer had one. Channeling his experience with the Kalapana eruptions of his youth, lava tour operator Ikaika Marzo set out to help in any way he could and became a community touchstone.
For more than three decades, photographer Ed Greevy documented land struggles and political strife in the Hawaiian Islands. Here, a look back on how those movements formed and resisted, as he observed from behind the camera.
The drape of a kīhei. A family heirloom handed down. A body-hugging dress. In the following portraits, we gathered people from all walks of life and disciplines to look at the diverse array of garments that most empower them.