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Akekeʻe o Alakaʻi

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‘O ke akekeʻe kekahi o ʻelua mau manu mūkīkī ʻane pau halapohe ʻino ma Kauaʻi o Manokalanipō, ʻo ka ʻakikiki kekahi, a ke lele ʻāhiu nei ua manu nei i ka nahele ʻo Kōkeʻe ma ka ʻaoʻao hikina o Alakaʻi.

Akekeʻe o Alakaʻi

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Akekeʻe is one of two critically endangered endemic honeycreepers on Kauaʻi (the other being ʻakikiki) and are wild only in Kōkeʻe’s eastern Alakaʻi Plateau.

A Moʻolelo on Enlightenment and Law

On Sept. 23, 1845, five years following the passage of the first constitution of Hawaiʻi, Hōʻināʻinau authored an article in the Hawaiian Newspaper, Ka Elele, explaining his thoughts on the law.

He Moʻolelo o ka Naʻauao ʻAna a me ke Kānāwai

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I ka lā 23 o Kepakemapa 1845, ma kahi o ʻelima makahiki ma hope o ke kau ʻana o ke kumu kānāwai mua loa o Hawaiʻi, hoʻopuka ʻia he ʻatikala ma ka nūpepa Ka Elele na Hōʻināʻinau, e wehewehe ana i kona manaʻo no ke kānāwai.

E Mālama i ka Puʻuwai

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Ua maopopo ka lawaiʻa Hawaiʻi i ka hua ʻana o nā iʻa. He mea kēia e ʻaeʻoia ai ka iʻa i kēlā me kēia makahiki.

Do Your Heart a Favor

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Native Hawaiians traditionally observed spawning cycles when catching fish.

Hoʻokō ʻia ka Palapala ʻAelike me ka DOI

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Ma ka ʻōlelo wehena o ka 2022 White House Tribal Nations Summit mai ka lā 30 o Nowemapa a i ka lā 1 o Kēkēmapa, kūkala akula ke Kuhina Kālaiʻāina ʻo Deb Haaland i kekahi mau hana e kākoʻo ana i ka hana maluō, ka hoʻonaʻauao, a me ka hoʻomohala waiwai i alakaʻi ʻia e nā lāhui ʻIlikini ma o ke keʻena hou ʻo ke Ke’ena Pilina Ka’akālai, ma lalo o ka ʻOihana Kālaiʻāina (DOI).

Memorandum Of Understanding Executed with DOI

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In opening remarks at the 2022 White House Tribal Nations Summit Nov. 30 – Dec. 1, Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland announced a series of actions to support tribally led conservation, education and economic development through a new Office of Strategic Partnerships at the Department of Interior (DOI).

Meet Liliʻuokalani Trust’s Newest Trustee: Mahina Eleneki Hugo

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All kamaliʻi are destined for great things. For one young ʻŌiwi girl who was raised in Kailua, Oʻahu, her future would include serving the lāhui in ways she could never have imagined.

He Palapala Mele Hawaiʻi ma Ke Kula Kaiaulu o ke Koʻolau

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E maliu mai i nei pa kahea a Kaohe- kani, e hele mai e ao i ka haku mele me Kumu Kawaikapuokalani Hewett, ke ki hoalu me Kamuela Kimokeo, ka himeni me Raiatea Helm, a me ka oki a hoopaa ana o na leo me Kapena DeLima.

Meet Liliʻuokalani Trust’s Newest Trustee: Mahina Eleneki Hugo (ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi)

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E nā hoa makamaka, he wahi hoʻolauna kēia no ka luna hoʻoponopono waiwai hou ʻo Mahina Eleneki Hugo ma kā mākou papahana, ʻo ka Liliʻuokalani Trust.

Hawaiian Music Online Certificate at WCC

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Study moʻolelo and Hawaiian composition with Kawaikapu- okalani Hewett, slack key guitar and ʻukulele with Kamuela Kimokeo, singing with Raiatea Helm, and the basics of recording software with Kapena De Lima.

Ma Hope Mākou o Liliʻuokalani ma o ka ʻŌlelo

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E ō mai e nā kūpuna, nā mākua, a me nā keiki; e nā kumu a me nā haumāna, e ka hū me ke anaina; e ka lāhui ʻōlelo ola, kani leʻa mau ka leo aloha iā ʻoukou pākahi.

We Stand Behind Liliʻuokalani Through the Language

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We are calling all of our elders, parents, and children; teachers, students, the commoners and citizens; to the people of our Hawaiian nation, this is a call of aloha to each and everyone one of you.

“E Kaupē Aku nō i ka Hoe, a Kō Mai” (English)

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The ʻōlelo noʻeau, “E kaupē aku nō i ka hoe, a kō mai,” translates to “Put forward the paddle and draw it back.”

“ʻAʻohe Hana Nui ke Alu ʻia.” Crowdsourcing of...

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According to the ʻōlelo noʻeau Mary Kawena Pukui documented in her book ʻŌlelo Noʻeau: Hawaiian Proverbs & Sayings, “ʻAʻohe hana nui ke alu ʻia.”

“ʻAʻohe Hana Nui ke Alu ʻia.” E Alu Kākou...

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Wahi a kahiko, “ʻAʻohe hana nui ke alu ʻia.” Ma ke kaha pūnaewele ʻo Ulukau e waiho ʻia nei he ʻohina pūnaewele i kapa ʻia kona inoa ʻo Kaniʻāina: Voices of the Land, kahi hoʻi e mālama ʻia nei nā leo a wikiō nona ka ʻike a moʻolelo o ko Hawaiʻi mau mānaleo ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi hope loa.

“E Kaupē Aku nō i ka Hoe, a Kō Mai”

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‘O kēia ka ʻōlelo noʻeau aʻu i koho ai, “E kaupē aku nō i ka hoe, a kō mai.” ʻO ka haʻawina nui o ia ʻōlelo noʻeau, e hāʻawi ʻoe i kou mea ʻoi aku a pahu akula ʻoe i mua hoʻi.

Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship’s Contribution to Hawaiian Leadership (ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi)

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Ke lā me kēia makahiki wehe ka waihona kōkua hoʻonaʻauao no ka Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship Program ma ka lā ʻekahi o Pepeluali a hiki I ka lā ʻumikumamalima o Malaki no ka makahiki 2023.

Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship’s Contribution to Hawaiian Leadership

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The Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship Program (NHHSP) application opens Feb. 1, 2023, and closes March 15, 2023.