The INPEACE logo was designed by Dr. Alice J. Kawakami.
The puakenikeni was chosen as the INPEACE flower because of the distinctive characteristics. This flower is found throughout the islands of the Pacific and is valued as a special lei flower to adorn those whom we hold dear. Its color changes from a subtle pale ivory to a warm, deep golden color. This delicate flower offers a pervasive, compelling, and enduring fragrance. Our sincere desire is that INPEACE will continue to evolve and change over time, embrace the values of our culture, and become a cherished part of our communities. The logo also includes peace symbols, a reminder of the 60s era that in part influences the idealism and optimism of the three founders.