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Moving Forward With Clear Direction

Ka Wai Ola
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Aloha mai kākou, Mohala i ka wai ka maka o ka pua. Unfolded by water are the faces of the flowers. What are the governing principles and values that should guide a Hawaiian institution of integrity? That’s what the Office of Hawaiian Affairs strives to be as...

Hoʻolaha Lehulehu | November 2017

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NOTICE OF CONSULTATION SECTION 106 OF THE NATIONAL HISTORIC PRESERVATION ACT OF 1966, AS AMENDED (2006) KUHIO HIGHWAY (ROUTE 56), REPAIRS TO WAILUA BRIDGE PUNA DISTRICT, KAUAI TAX MAP KEY(S): (4) 3-9-006:999; -:012; 3-9-002:999; -:030; -:021; 3-9-004:006; 4-1004:001; -:999; -:020; and -:008 Notice is hereby...

Hānai Ko‘a: Feed and be fed

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Describing Hawaiian fishing practices nearly a century ago to Thomas Kelsey, Rev. Henry B. Nalimu noted, “Alas, only a few aged Hawaiians remain who can yet recall the ʻōpelu-fishing of the old days. Only a little time remains in which they can be with...

Voices 2017

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As racial and ethnic categories, Asian Americans, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders represent more than 50 distinct groups with varied and diverse health needs. Health equity, however, is a cause we can all unite around and advocate for together. The VOICES 2017 conference hosted by...

Poke Nūhou: News Briefs | November 2017

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2017 Na Wahine O Ke Kai Meahilahila Kelling: Community Educator Dr. Meahilahila Kelling received Kamehameha Schools 2017 Native Hawaiian Community Educator of the Year award in October in recognition of her work engaging learners in Hawaiian culture and language. Kelling is the director of Ke Kula ʻo...

Ali‘i Trust leaders offer updates at convention

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The opening session of the 2017 Native Hawaiian Convention included a panel discussion by aliʻi trust leaders who expressed a shared desire for collaboration and greater outreach into the community, as well as the importance of adapting to meet today’s needs. In her update on...

Kamehameha Schools opens Līhuʻe Hale

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Kamehameha Schools has opened a new community hale in Līhuʻe to broaden its reach into Kauaʻi and Niʻihau communities. The new space – a consolidation of two former Kamehameha offices – will house a four person regional team, two ʻohana engagement team members and three...