There is only a small fraction of newspapers available to search on the internet, so we still have to browse through the microfilms. Since we often have similar research interests, a place for sharing manao, articles and citations might be helpful.
From the frosty cinders of Puu Wekiu to the fringing reef of Molokai; from the summit bogs of Waialeale to the dry shrublands of Kanaloa; from the kuahiwi, kahawai, and moana; the kuleana to know and protect the pae aina is what this group is for.
A hui of people interested in direct action land struggle. For Kanaka of all ages interested in sharing and/or documenting moolelo of our koa who have engaged in land occupation and other direct tactics to protect our beloved ʻaina.See More
got all da values but no kala? how can we laulima and free our selves from da 9-5, provide for the ohana, build one hale, malama haloa and all dat. Mana'olana au dis group of kanaka maoli can 'ie 'ie our generation of pono business practices.See More
A group created for the purpose of discussing wahi pana (sacred sites and storied landscapes) in our community. Focus will be on management and stewardship of cultural resources, volunteer opportunities, and protection efforts.See More
wow-with all the groups you involved with , you must get a lot of knowledge,
any mana'o you want to share with me. tell me how is the our kanaka maoli's doing
on your neck of the woods.
as you can see we are divided amoung ourselves, just by reading what is on maoli world, the different groups from the different islands, still fighting for our rights, dignity, water, land, ocean and air space with the tourist activities.
when was the last time you came back home to our kingdom of hawaii nei? i am of the kingdom of maui nui...........................~da princess~