ʻO ka Papahana Iwi Kuamoʻo, he papahana ia e holo ana no nā makahiki he ʻekolu i hoʻokumu ʻia e ka ʻAha Kāne a kākoʻo ʻia hoʻi e ka Papa Luna Hoʻokele no ka Poʻe ʻŌiwi o ʻAmelika (ANA).
Project Iwi Kuamoʻo is a three-year project developed by ʻAha Kāne and supported by a grant from the Administration for Native Americans. ʻAha Kāne is an organization of Native Hawaiian men whose purpose is to normalize Native Hawaiian worldviews and cultural practices.
Piʻikea Lopes Wins Miss Aloha Hula 2022 and OHA Hawaiian Language Award E hoʻomaikaʻi iā Piʻikea Kekīhenelehuawewehiikekauʻōnohi Lopes, who was named Miss Aloha Hula 2022 at the 59th Annual Merrie Monarch Festival on April 21. Lopes was also the winner of the Office of Hawaiian...
Thriving kamaliʻi emerge from the aloha and mālama provided by their ʻohana and kaiāulu. Enriched nurturing experiences in early childhood are strongly related to positive outcomes across our lifespans.
As my eyes scanned across the sign, I couldn’t help but fixate on that phrase, beaming in white block letters. For me, what stood out was the single conjunction – “and” – that stitched Hawaiian and vote together as if they were mutually exclusive.
The ʻAimalama Collective formally started in 2015 to bring awareness and action to Hawaiʻi’s communities in response to the burgeoning climate change initiatives of that time.
Grants targeted at strengthening family, culture and land connections, and increasing supports in education, health, housing and economic stability.
In ka mahina o Mei, we dedicate a day to honor our mothers. Yes, that should be every day but, as a mother, I know we’ll all take the holiday! For Molokaʻi, this has special significance.
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