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Four participating wāhine in the Ka Lāhui o ka Pō workshop. - Photo: Ka‘ohua Lucas

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Kua o ka Lā makes the most of its limited resources, repurposing buses and growing fresh produce to supplement meals delivered from Hilo. - Photo by: Ryan “Gonzo” Gonzalez

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Photo by: Michael J. Garcia

Crowds cheering for Hōkūleʻa‘s return.

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Tens of thousands celebrated Hōkūle‘a’s historic homecoming at Magic Island on O‘ahu. - Photo: Kaipo Kī‘aha

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O‘ahu’s canoe paddling community were the first to greet Hōkūle‘a out on the open ocean. - Photo: Kaleena Kwe

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Inmates at the Saguaro Correctional Center in Eloy, Arizona perform a chant as a part of their protocol to celebrate makahiki, a period in the Native Hawaiian lunar calendar when peace and proseprerity are at focus. - Photo: Chapin Hall

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Roland Cazimero. - Photos: Courtesy

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Photo Courtesy: Kaipo Kīaha

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Ke Kula Kaiapuni o Pū‘ōhala haumana welcome Native Hawaiian Education Summit attendees. - Photo: Courtesy Native Hawaiian Education Council

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Vicky Holt-Takamine at the Prince Lot Hula Festival. - Photo: KWO Archives

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The Kānehūnā moku Voyaging Academy, Hālau Kū Māna PCS, and NOAA collaborated to send six haumāna to the United Nations’ World Ocean Day event in New York City. (L-R) Isaiah Pule, Kaleo Kamai, Kaleihulu Victor, Ku‘ulei Fujiyama, and Kamana‘o Morton represented Hawai‘i’s very own Marine World Heritage site, Papahānaumokuākea. Along with other youth around the world, the haumāna delivered #MyOceanPledge to world leaders encouraging them to protect and mālama our ocean. - Photo: Courtesy of Kānehūnā moku Voyaging Academy

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Gabby Pahinui’s statue stands near the stage at Waikīkī Beachwalk. - Photo: Courtesy Outrigger Enterprises Group

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Kua‘āina Ulu ‘Auamo and Nā Mea Hawai‘i hosted an opening for the KONOHIKI art exhibition at Aupuni Place on June 16. The traveling exhibit features art and stories about how communities exercise their right to mālama. - Photo: Courtesy Kevin Chang

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Ka Hui Hana Keaka o “Hāupu” ma ka Royal Mile ma Edinbugh. - Ki‘i: Shaun Chillingworth

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Hālau Hula Ka No‘eau, Kumu Hula Michael Pili Pang, in front of Iolani Palace. - Photo: Robyn Yim Pang

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OHA expects to begin soliciting proposals to develop the old Fisherman’s Wharf lot by the end of the year. - Photo: KWO File

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Kamehaililani Waiau, Hiilani Young, Aalii Kelling, Kalehua Kelling, Kanoe Holt. - Photo: Courtesy of Kamehaililani Waiau

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Find Mo ‘Ono Hawai’i and other food trucks at 591 Haleakala Highway in Kahului. - Photo: Kaipo Kī‘aha

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Following one of their early morning team meetings, April Brobst (far right) and her staff pose for a photo before heading out to various job sites in Hilo. - Photo: Alice Silbanuz