wailuku, Hawai'i


May 7

'O wai kou inoa? What's your name?

'o Manoha Ka'eo ko'u inao

No hea mai 'oe? Where are you from?

pali ku o pu'ukukui a pu'u Kaeo ma loko i ke awawa ma Honokohau moku puni o Maui mai ia'u

ʻO wai ke ahupuaʻa āu e noho nei? Where do you live?

e noho wau i ka 'Aina li'ili'i o waikani ma wailuku i keia manawa

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  • http://manaoha.org/

  • Aloha mai kakou, long been on dis buggah, anada year in kula nui..wuutaa..looking forward fo sum blognation..a hui hou!!
  • This is good practice and it takes courage to blog about what is happening to our aina and our people.  The over all attitude is that native Hawiian women have no say or voice in how they feel or think.  Break the mold into a thousand pieces and speak up and write about it.  We are being poisoned and our only staff of life which is water are being taken from our very mouths as we write. 


    Keep up the great work and sharing your thoughts on maoliworld.

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