Ma ka hopenapule o ka Lā Kau Pua i kēlā mahina aku nei, holo aku ʻo Hui Iwi Kuamoʻo a me Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA) i ka huakaʻi hoʻihoʻi iwi kūpuna i Aotearoa e kiʻi aku ai i nā iwi he ʻekolu i waiho ʻia ma ka Hale Hōʻikeʻike ʻo Canterbury i Christchurch.
Over the Memorial Day weekend in May, Hui Iwi Kuamoʻo partnered with the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA) to bring home three iwi kūpuna formally housed at the Canterbury Museum in Christchurch, New Zealand (Aotearoa).
Hawaiian language newspapers, moʻolelo, and other published material reveal the depth and breadth of kānaka civic engagement in the 19th century.
Drawing from their personal experiences with drug abuse and their deep faith in God, three Molokaʻi-born sisters recently launched the Molokaʻi Drug Free Movement.
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