Looking back on my time here in Hawaii (20 years) I know that I am who I am today because of the land. I have no KOKO, per say, but I do belong to this land(kama aina). I don't know how to write Hawaiian words that good, but I understand when people talk to me.
Growing up here as one with no KOKO, but being intimate with the culture, I have seen things from a perspective that maybe those with KOKO can not see.
As the possibility for Hawaii to be freed gets more and more… Continue