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A Generation of Mauli Ola Hawaiʻi Educators

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Read article in ʻŌlelo hawaiʻi By Kananinohea Māka‘imoku, Kanoe Kanaka‘ole and Noelani Iokepa-Guerrero “Becoming a Hawaiian cultural identity teacher isn’t just a job. Teaching fills your...

A Time to Rest

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Ho‘omaha (v. to take a rest or vacation; to retire, stop work; to obtain relief; to pause.) Aloha mai kākou, Before westerners found their way to...

Protecting, Preserving and Revitalizing Cultural Resources in North Hālawa Valley

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By Ardena Sanoe Saarinen and Nicholas Tanaka Clara “Sweet” Matthews and her ʻohana are part of the living, evolving moʻolelo of North Hālawa Valley. Since the...

Hānai i ka Mauli Ola Hawaiʻi

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Na ‘Ōnohi Pacheco, Papa 12 Ke Kula ‘O Nāwahīokalani‘ōpu‘u ʻAuhea ʻoukou e ka poʻe ʻimi naʻauao o ka pae ʻāina ʻo Hawaiʻi! ʻO ʻoukou hoʻi...

Kanaka Digital Technology

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By Nā‘aiakalani Colburn Young, motivated Hawaiians who would like to learn basic technology skills, while being immersed in Hawaiian values, cultural practices and language, can...

Honoring ʻŌiwi Leaders

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Submitted by the NHCC Board of Directors He pūkoʻa kani ʻāina. A coral reef that grows into an island. (A person beginning in a small...

Lehua J. (Sanoria) Itokazu

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Board Secretary Board of Trustees 10 years at OHA From: Moku o Keawe (mokupuni) Puna (moku) Keonepoko (ahupuaʻa) Education: Pāhoa High High School University of Hawaiʻi - Hilo What...

Public Notice | November 2022

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CULTURAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT: KAPĀPALA KOA CANOE MANAGEMENT AREA, KAʻŪ DISTRICT, HAWAIʻI ISLAND On behalf of the Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) Division of Forestry...

Native Hawaiian-Owned Flavors of Italy Receives a $250,000 OHA Business Loan

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A Native Hawaiian, woman-owned business has been issued a $250,000 Hua Kanu loan through the Office of Hawaiian Affairs’ Mālama Loans program. Desiree Kanae Loperfido,...

Remembering a Renowned Chanter, Composer and Musician

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James Ka‘upena Wong Jr. Aug. 21, 1929 – Sep. 24, 2022 By Kalena Silva, Ph.D. Considered by many to be the foremost Hawaiian male chanter of his...

A Hui Hou

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As my time at OHA comes to an end, I take a moment to reflect. I would have never thought that I would run...

Kānekuaʻana: Ke Kiaʻi o ʻEwa mai Hālawa a i Honouliuli

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Read column in English Ua kaulana ka ʻōlelo no ʻEwa, “Alahula Puʻuloa i ke ala hele o Kaʻahupāhau.” ʻO Kaʻahupāhau ke aliʻiwahine manō a kiaʻi...

The Wind & The Reckoning: A New Feature Length Film Tells...

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“On a certain day there came to our house at Mānā a man named Pokipala who worked for the government, who had come to...

OHA O‘ahu Island Board of Trustees Meetings and Site Visits

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Upon entering OHA as the O‘ahu Trustee, I inquired about holding O‘ahu Island Community Meetings throughout the island and community site visits to interact...

He Hanauna Kumu Mauli Ola Hawaiʻi

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Read article in English Nā Mea Kākau: Kananinohea Māka‘imoku, Kanoe Kanaka‘ole, Noelani Iokepa-Guerrero “ʻO ka lilo ʻana i kumu mauli Hawaiʻi, ʻaʻole ia he ʻoihana wale...

Ka Waʻa Kaulua ʻo Kānehūnāmoku: Traversing the Path of Our Ancestors...

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By Kuuleianuhea Awo-Chun Kia aku ka maka i ka ʻālihilani, a ʻōili mai ka moku la Fix your eyes upon the horizon and the island will appear The 29-foot...

E NHLC…

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I and other family members are listed as co-owners of our family’s kuleana land on Moloka‘i and are concerned about a potential quiet title...

Kalima v. State of Hawaiʻi: What You Need to Know About...

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This year, the State of Hawaiʻi agreed to settle Kalima v. State of Hawaiʻi, a decades-old class action lawsuit, and pay $328 million to...

East Maui Water Wars: End in Sight?

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After over a century of conflict, a ballot initiative, Charter Amendment No. 12, seeks to enable community self-determination over Maui’s streams By Tara Apo and...