George Kamana Hunter is the director of Sakura & Pearls: Healing from World War 2, a documentary about Japanese Survivors of the Atomic Bomb meeting the American Survivors of Pearl Harbor. This remarkable and intense exchange between former enemies is meant to spark dialogue among the future generations about how we can resolve conflict without repeating the painful experiences of our ancestors.
G. K. Hunter is also the author of Healing Our Bloodlines: The 8
Realizations of Generational Liberation (September 2019), which a guidebook that chronicles his use of a form of inter-generational healing called Bloodline Healing.
After15 years of working with Jewish Holocaust Survivors, Native Americans, the homeless, veterans, physicians, and community leaders, a step by step process to unburdening the heavy history that we inherit from our ancestors. By releasing these invisible burdens, we can claim our innate gifts which lead us to our most purposeful and liberated life.
An electric speaker and impassioned singer, G. K. Hunter has presented at
such venues as the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, Cornell University, and NPR’s All Things Considered on KUNM radio.
For more information about his work, please visit www.gkhunter.com