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Hawaiian Issues

Manawahine Napua

Manawahine:  a woman of power or a powerful woman. This is a fairly modern term, not one used by our ancestors.  I first heard this...
manawahine walk4water Maui

Last week I was calling all kinds of women on Maui that had one thing in common: they care about wai (water).  My mission...
Hawaiian midwives Bill SB 1312

In recent months Hawai’i legislators have been voting on SB1312, a senate bill that intends to regulate midwifery within our state. While oversight in...
Aloha Aina unity March

Aloha! This Sunday in Lahaina at 10:00am come make history! We are marching to show our unity for the aina in the Aloha Aina...
college graduation finances

Nā Leo Kāko‘o o Maui (NLK) is a nonprofit organization made up of parents and community members that support three Kula Kaiapuni or Hawaiian...
Hawaiian immersion Maui education

Nā Leo Kāko’o o Maui is the community advocate group for Hawaiian Language Immersion education on Maui. The purpose is to advocate for the...
Christina DeHoff Ke'eaumoku

Ka’apuni Ku’e kakou na moku aina or the Torch March was mainly steer-headed by an initiative our Maui Kupuna (elders) have been involved in...
Hawaiian history Annexation

The Hawaiian Islands were first discovered by a group of ocean navigators from the Marquesas Islands around 300BC. It has been documented that there...
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