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Mid-Pacific Elementary is looking for a Hawaiian language instructor for summer session. Deadline: Feb 17

Ke huli nei ke kula ‘o Mid-Pacific Elementary i kekahi kumu ‘olelo Hawaii no kēia kauwela. E ‘olu‘olu e ho‘ouna mai i kou resume a me kou helu kelepona iā Ikaika Hussey.

Lā hope loa: Feb 17 2014

Mid-Pac elementary is looking for a Hawaiian language instructor for summer session.

Deadline: Feb 17 2014

Class dates and times:
Dates: June 9 to July 11 M-F
7:45-9:45 (grades 1-2)
10:15-12:15 (grades 3-4)

ikaikahussey (at) gmail.com

Added by Ikaika Hussey on February 15, 2014 at 9:20am — No Comments

Domain name fixed

Aloha kakou –
Sorry for the technical difficulties today. The address "Maoliworld.com" works again; we needed to convert over to the new Ning plans. My apologies for the inconvenience!

aloha,
Ikaika

Added by Ikaika Hussey on August 13, 2010 at 11:39pm — 2 Comments

Welina ke aloha e na kumu me na haumana o Anuenue!

He mea hau'oli loa ka hui pu 'ana mai me Kumu Tiare a me kana papa '2 o ke kula kaiapuni o Anuenue. Nui ko'u ha'aheo ke 'ike aku ia 'oukou, e na pua kaulana o ko kakou lahui. Aloha nui!

Added by Ikaika Hussey on February 10, 2009 at 5:15pm — No Comments

Kahana residents win a stay of eviction [from The Hawaii Independent]

Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) Chairperson Laura Thielen announced today that the state will not take any action to evict six Kahana Valley families who are living in Kahana Valley Park, while the 2009 Legislature considers revisions to the law to address this issue. 

“Although we could not resolve this issue with the six families, we are encouraged it will be addressed during the 2009 legislative session,” said Thielen. “We trust the Legislature will continue to respect the… Continue

Added by Ikaika Hussey on November 5, 2008 at 9:16pm — 2 Comments

Learn more about the Kahana eviction struggle. We've got special coverage at The Hawaii Independent. Na maka o Kahana And the news coverage... We'll be at the BLNR tomorrow morning. Check the Even…

Learn more about the Kahana eviction struggle. We've got special coverage at The Hawaii Independent.

Na maka o Kahana

And the news coverage...

We'll be at the BLNR tomorrow morning. Check the Events section for more information. Continue

Added by Ikaika Hussey on October 23, 2008 at 11:13pm — No Comments

Stop Kahana Valley evictions // Sign-holding Thursday 4:30 in Kahana, DLNR Friday 9 am

STOP THE KAHANA VALLEY EVICTIONS • KEEP HAWAIIANS ON THEIR LAND



Thursday October 22, 4:30-6:00 pm

Sign-waving in Kahana



Friday October 23, 9:00 am

Board of Land and Natural Resources meeting (VERY IMPORTANT)

Kalanimoku Building, corner of Punchbowl and Beretania. Parking garage entrance on Punchbowl, across from state capitol. Please come to stand with the families as they push to have the evictions forestalled.



Please support six Kahana Valley… Continue

Added by Ikaika Hussey on October 23, 2008 at 12:27am — No Comments

Like the revised look?

I've made some changes to the header color on the main page; let me know what you think. Mahalo!

Added by Ikaika Hussey on June 17, 2008 at 9:56pm — 3 Comments

[from my inbox] Mohawk urgent call for assistance

MOHAWK URGENT CALL FOR ASSISTANCE from Kahentinetha Horn, MNN Mohawk Nation News



2008-04-26 | Stop attack on Mohawks !



Tyendinaga Mohawk Aserakowa [War Chief] speaks from the front line – “We’re not leaving”. OPP: “We’re coming in at dark to take you out!”



MNN: MNN Mohawk Nation News Aserakowa 613-243-4993 still at the quarry.



(Ed. Note. Just received. UPDATES to follow.)



Shawn Brant was doing a media interview with APTN News in Tyendinaga… Continue

Added by Ikaika Hussey on April 26, 2008 at 10:35pm — 1 Comment

Plowing and politics

The state system of public charter schools is facing a possible budget cut next year. The leaders of the charter movement are asking that the current budget be preserved, so that programs and services can be maintained at present levels.



As part of a response to the anticipated budget cuts, the schools rallied… Continue

Added by Ikaika Hussey on April 21, 2008 at 12:00pm — 1 Comment

Conflicts of conference

From the Hawaii Standard:



Joan Conrow posted some thoughts yesterday on some possible back room politics within the State House of Representatives to bring the OHA settlement bill back to life. Conrow cites an email circulated by Andre Perez. [Full disclosure: Andre is a colleague and… Continue

Added by Ikaika Hussey on April 12, 2008 at 11:00pm — 1 Comment

US progressive magazine publishes open letter from sovereignty movement

Aloha aina kakou:



The following piece ran in The Nation, the oldest US magazine and a pillar of the US progressive movement. It's part of a special issue The Nation is publishing about Hawaii. I haven't seen it in print yet, but hope to in the next couple of days. (Apparently The Nation opposed the US annexation of Hawaii in 1898.)



Hawaii Needs… Continue

Added by Ikaika Hussey on April 10, 2008 at 4:30pm — 2 Comments

1300!

Aloha kakou e ke Ao Maoli,

Whoo! Maoliworld has reached 1300 members! It's amazing. It's wonderful to see everyone here...

aloha!
Ikaika

Added by Ikaika Hussey on April 2, 2008 at 10:30pm — No Comments

State Senate committees ‘hold’ settlement bill

In a surprising turnaround, three state senate committees voted tonight to ‘hold’ the OHA settlement bill, meaning that the bill is dead, at least for the time-being.



The bill, House Bill 266, superceded a senate version which the House voted last month to kill, citing a number of legal disagreements with the executive branch.



In the last several days, a number of more conservative Hawaiian constituencies joined the progressive forces which had opposed the settlement… Continue

Added by Ikaika Hussey on March 17, 2008 at 11:31pm — 5 Comments

Kapa classes at the Cultural Learning Center at Kaala

NA KANE WALE NO PAPA KAPA

Men only kapa class. Improve your patience and perserverence skills by making your own kapa malo. All materials and tools provided but bring a favorite (if you have it) pocketknife to the first class. Saturdays 9-1 Limit 10 students

April 5, 19, May 10 Cost $100.00 Ages 16 and up



MALAMA NA IWI

Kapa making for repatriation efforts. A free two day event where students will learn about and make kapa that will be used for the iwi reburials. This… Continue

Added by Ikaika Hussey on March 16, 2008 at 11:06pm — 2 Comments

Hearing on OHA settlement bill, Monday 2:45 at state capitol

Aloha aina kakou:

Please come to a hearing this coming Monday at 2:45 pm at the state capitol, on the new OHA settlement bill.

Added by Ikaika Hussey on March 14, 2008 at 1:00am — 1 Comment

The passing of a legend: Auntie Genoa Keawe, 89

Aue ka hala 'ana o kahi hulu kupuna o kakou, he leo kaulana a nahenahe.

Added by Ikaika Hussey on February 25, 2008 at 1:02pm — 4 Comments

Aloha kakou!

'Ano'ai ke aloha ia kakou pakahi a pau!
Welcome to Maoliworld, an online community for Kanaka Maoli. Feel free to post your photos, videos, news, and opinions here. This is a place for Hawaiians to share info and keep in touch.
Aloha!
Ikaika

Added by Ikaika Hussey on February 24, 2008 at 3:00pm — No Comments

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