Kyle Kajihiro is a fourth generation Japanese in Hawaiʻi who was born and raised in Honolulu. He has worked on peace and demilitarization issues since 1996, first as staff with the American Friends Service Committee, and now with its successor organization, Hawaiʻi Peace and Justice. He writes and speaks about the demilitarization movement in Hawaiʻi and has traveled internationally to build solidarity on these issues. In the past, he has been active in anti-racist/anti-fascist issues, immigrant worker organizing, Central America solidarity, and community mural, radio and video projects. He likes to surf, hike, garden, paint and play music. He lives with his spouse and son in Mōʻiliʻili.