Ke Ao Maoli
No ka oi !!
Here's a good healthy dose of Truth !!
Please, define: a black- birding pirate.
Imua Henry Evans Maude !…
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"OBJECT TO PROTECT"…
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One of the biggest lies perpetuated is when Hawai`i achieves nationhood once again it will be at the expense of those who are not Hawaiian.
But no one will be kicked out, their businesses seized or their homes and property confiscated.
Instead, everyone, Hawaiians and all others, will be citizens of the sovereign and…
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"The Women Of Kunia - A Visit With Sheila Valdez"
Agriculture and the ability to grow crops to feed your family is normally a good thing. But in upland Kunia, that activity is about to destroy a centuries old Heiau, one of O`ahuʻs culturally significant historical sites. And thatʻs where Sheila Valdez comes in, jumping into action with three others to…
Added by Free Hawai`i on December 11, 2011 at 11:00am — 1 Comment
Since the U.S. citizens living in the Territory of Hawaii (still regarded as a foreign country) were paying U.S. taxes without representation, it was advantageous for them to become a U.S. state and have a say in the U.S. government with senators and Representatives rather than a delegate without a say in government issues. This was the primary reason why U.S. citizens living in Hawaii wanted statehood. Legally, for this to happen, there would have to be a treaty of annexation which the…Continue
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today did my presentation fo my Maui aloha 'aina class, i was so stoked fo get it done and to see my finish product was awesome too. i did my presentation da wailuku river and the diversion of the river and why and where the water was going,, so i started out with the straem flow up in iao valley den i slowly came down and took photo's of the river slowly being diverted and as i took foto's of the muliwai Neva have water was all dried up...so being dat..the eco system no can cycle and it…Continue
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Please check out my groups Maui Aloha 'Aina project on youtube. Hope you all enjoy. Mahalo to all group members for your all your hard work and mahalo to anakala Dukelow.
A Hawaiian Perspective on Sustainability/ uhmc students www.youtube.com
Added by Kaori-Lei Hanohano on December 9, 2011 at 7:45am — 1 Comment
Last night my Oli papa from the University of Hawaii Maui College performed our last performance of the semester. It was such a humbling experience. We waited outside the student lounge until it was our turn to go on. Our papa was blessed from another hoapapa from our olelo class who did an oli to give us wisdom. From that point on I felt the mana grow between all of us hoapapa. We went on and performed all our oli and it was amazing to oli to our Hawaiian people. The last oli that was done…Continue
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Honolulu Weekly - December 7, 2011 - By Joan Conrow
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) has been fighting for decades to get some $200 million in back-due revenues in return for the state’s use of so-called “ceded” public lands that were siezed…
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Maui News - December 4, 2011
KAHULUI - State Office of Hawaiian Affairs officials presented a…
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"NO HOPE FOR THESE DOPES"…
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A Subject Certificate in Hawaiian Studies:
Is it possible to be a Bachelor Degree? Sure Why Not!
In the summer of 2010 my oldest son Kupono was growing up, and starting Kindergarten. Kupono attended a Hawaiian Immersion preschool the year before, and wanted to continue learning the Hawaiian language. After pre-school, Hawaiian Immersion students enroll at Pa’ia Elementary where they start Kindergarten. There were more applicants for the kindergarten class then space available.…Continue
Added by Kaori-Lei Hanohano on December 6, 2011 at 1:57pm — 1 Comment
For my English 100 class at the University of Hawaii Maui College my final assignment is to do a research paper. I decided to research the process of setting up a Bachelor degree in Hawaiian Studies at Maui College. Maui College currently has a Academic Subject Certificate in Hawaiian Studies. While researching for information I decided to interview the Vice Chancellor John Mckee. I found it interesting that he stood me up for two appointments. I remember walking in his office and a tall…Continue
Added by Kaori-Lei Hanohano on December 6, 2011 at 8:30am — 1 Comment
A judge has ordered officials of a Honolulu church to stop construction of a multipurpose center until the building site, formerly used as a cemetery, is cleared of all graves.
Circuit Judge Edwin Nacino ruled Friday that Kawaiaha`o Church could not continue the work until all burials are removed and the state Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs…
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As part of my Research paper I have to do a presentation as well.I decided to hand out surveys to 1% of Maui Colleges students which is 45 surveys. Fall semester of 2011 there were about 4,500 students. I just asked any student who wanted to take this survey.My mission is get feed back from current students at Maui college and see if they are aware that a Hawaiian studies is offered as a subject certificate and not a Bachelor Degree.
Please circle Yes or No to the following…Continue
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