09
Aug

Mareikura Whakataka-Brightwell

Mareikura Whakataka-Brightwell is a child of Tahiti Nui and Aotearoa. A freelance photographer, videographer and artist, Mareikura bases his work on indigenous advancement. He is currently living and working in Tūranganui-a-Kiwa as the Communications Lead for the Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust developing innovative digital communication strategies for Māori and beyond.   FB: www.facebook.com/rongowhakaata.iwiFB: www.facebook.com/poemoanatahitiFB: www.facebook.com/mareikuravisual/IG:  rongowhakaata_iwi__trustIG: poemoana_tahitian_dance_expert
26
Jul

McKinley’s Wars and Influence on Annexation

Hawaiʻi is in many ways not just the start of US overseas empire, but also the last time the US seemed to actually pay any real regard to the will of native peoples when looking at expansion.  Essentially the withdrawal of the first treaty of annexation by Cleveland and the defeat of the second one...
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19
Jul

Terrill James Kanealiikeikiokaaina Williams- Defunding Maunakea

This episode highlights the one year anniversary of no construction on Maunakea and the resurrection of @puuhuluhulu@protectmaunakea . Native Stories was blessed to have held space with other kiaʻi and allies last year where we recorded the moʻolelo of front line Kānaka Maoli (Native Hawaiians) there. Check them out on our app + podcast! This episode...
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12
Jul

Miri Vidal Nuclear Activist in 90ʻs

New to Native Stories is Interviewer @_vehia_Miri Vidal lives in Papetoai, Mo’orea. She is a Tifaifai-quilt maker (traditional Tahitian quilt maker), an activist for nuclear reparations and justice, a mother and a grandmother. Miri was living on O’ahu, Hawai’i during the 1990’s at the height of the Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific (also known as...
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28
Jun

Cortney Gusick of Pāhiki Eco-Caskets for COVID-19 Series

We introduce Cortney Gusick of Pāhiki Eco-Caskets (@pahikicaskets)! https://www.instagram.com/pahikicaskets/ She informs us on death work, burial rights, advocacy, and education in the Hawaiian Kingdom for our COVID-19 community work series! Tune in for this super interesting and enlightening episode on how we can reconnect to ʻāina. Check out the Funeral Rule here!: https://www.ftc.gov/…/media-…/truth-advertising/funeral-rule
14
Jun

Meala Bishop Artist and Water Rights Activist

Meala Bishop retired as a community arts specialist role in Ko’olaupoko, O’ahu after spending 23 years in the community, teaching, not just art, but many things impressed upon living in the islands oceans, mountains, and lo’i. From Meala “Art helps create ways of knowing and understanding. It helps us express our internal mo’olelo through external...
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07
Jun

Wahinehula Kaʻeo on Koʻokua (birthwork)

Wahinehula Kaʻeo is a koʻokua, or birth and postpartum doula from Waiohuli, Maui. A proud graduate of ke Kula Kaiapuni o Maui and a former preschool teacher at Pūnana Leo o Maui. She is a Co-founder and the Development Director of Kalauokekahuli, a nonprofit organization that supports Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander families by providing...
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31
May

Delia Ulima-Foster Care Advocate

Interviewed by Nanea Lo Delia Parker Ulima has worked over the last decade with non-profit organization, EPIC ‘Ohana, helping to lead the work with child welfare reform, youth engagement and advocacy, public will and policy and communication efforts. She holds a BA in Political Science from Brigham Young University-Hawai‘i, an MA in Pacific Island Studies,...
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24
May

Ulupō with Kihei de Silva

ʻOpio ProgramInterviewed by Kailua High (@kailuahigh) School Early College course in Journalism 201.At Ulupō Heiau (@uluponui) in Kailua Oahu, student from Kailua High School interview Kihei de Silva. He shares his families history in taking care of heiau and land, the mele he wrote for Ulupō and those that take care of it, and his...
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17
May

Kyle Harmon on Nanticoke Nation

Interviewed by Nanea Lo Kyle Harmon (@xfactorsports22) describes history and his involvement with Nanticoke Nation (www.nanticokeindians.org) He is from Salisbury, Maryland and is a member of the Nanticoke Nation; He currently lives in Columbia, Maryland with his wife Cat and their three children Dominique, Preston, and Julius. Mr. Harmon was elected to serve as a...
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10
May

Hāwane Rios- Mana wahine, kiaʻi of Mauna o Wākea, singer and songwriter

Physical copies can be purchased at hawanerios.com.Happy Motherʻs Day to all the makuahine. Ikaika Bishop (@Ikaikaflies) interviewed Hāwane Rios (@hawanemusic). Mahalo to @puacase mama of Hāwane for setting up this interview. Hāwane is a kanaka ʻōiwi (native Hawaiian), mana wahine, kiaʻi of Mauna o Wākea, singer and songwriter from Waimea, Hawaii. She shars her journey...
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03
May

Daryn Lee Lieberman, Sustainable Community Development student

Interviewed by Nanea Lo Daryn is Diné (Navajo), N’dé (Mescalero Apache) as well as Ashkenazi Jewish and Spaniard. He is a current student at Arizona State University studying Sustainable Community Development and currently resides in O’odham territory (Phoenix, AZ). His interests are in environmental planning with an emphasis on sustainable ecosystems. He is a native...
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26
Apr

Steven Hernandez-Philanthropist

Interviewed by Nanea Lo Steven Hernandez of Detroit, Michigan. Steven is a CRA Compliance Specialist, Philanthropist, and Nonprofit Specialist that works with indigenous, native, and people of color. He shares his work on philanthropy, working in the nonprofit sector, and relationship building with one another, your partner, and yourself.
19
Apr

Owen L. Oliver

Interviewed by Nanea Lo Owen Oliver of the Quinault Nation grew up on the Salish Sea where he was able to learn traditions inter-tribally through the annual Canoe Journey. He shares his knowledge and experiences living in Washington and Alaska. Once at the University of Washington, he has been focusing on Indigenous education through community...
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12
Apr

Tremayne Nez

Interviewed by Nanea Lo Tremayne Nez from the Navajo Nation talks about his community and his experience in Washington D.C. for the Native American Political Leadership Program.
05
Apr

Shavaughna Underwood

Interviewed by Nanea Lo Shavaughna Underwood is a part of the Quinault Nation in Washington. She is a Champion for Change for the Center of Native American Youth at the Aspen Institute in the 2020 cohort. She currently is a human services professional who practices within her community.
29
Mar

Peter Brooks – Urban Indian History from East North America

Interviewed by Nanea Lo (@eananealo) via @SkypePeter C Brooks (https://www.facebook.com/peter.c.brooks) describes how his native people on the east parts of north america had merged with other cultures. He talks about his grandfather Cab Callow as black/African American but was also native. You can find Peter on Facebook or Youtube. He provides guided meditations online and other...
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22
Mar

Kawainui Fishpond with Kaleo Wong

ʻOpio ProgramInterviewed by Kailua High School Early College course in Journalism 201.At Ulupō Heiau in Kailua Oahu, student from Kailua High School interview Kaleo Wong. He shares that every second Saturday the community is invited to participate in the restoration project, which began over twenty years ago. Kaleo shares his perspectives on Kawainui #Fishpond, and...
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15
Mar

Elevating Women + Sacred Mountains with Wasfia Nazreen

Panel Discussion at Waiwai Collective Recorded on March 6 – Hosted by Hawaii Technology Academy (@htacharter) at WaiWai Collective (@waiwaicollective): Elevating Women keynote and panel with local & global leaders.Agenda:Leadership Panel: Puanani Burgess, Dr. Christina Kishimoto, Dr. Loretta Chen (@drlorettachen), Wasfia Nazreen, Laila Abouoaf (@lailaabouoaf) Closing Remarks – Mary Wenstrom (@marywenstrom), Director of Partnerships and...
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08
Mar

Maori Astronomy with Dr. Rangi Matamua

Dr Rangi Matamua (Tūhoe) is a professor at the University of Waikato, and his research fields are Māori astronomy and star lore, Māori culture, and Māori language development, research and revitalisation. He talks about how observing sun, moon, star alignments helped our ancestors tell us when to plant, fish, when to work or not work,...
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01
Mar

Merrie Monarch Art Market Series – Nalu Andrade – Ohe Kapala

Interviewed by Ikaika Bishop More info on: https://namakakahiko.wixsite.com/ Nalu first had an interest in carving at the age of six when he was witness to the 1978 voyage of Hokulea.  He borrowed carving and voyaging books from his school library and began to try to make his own canoe with items found around his home....
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23
Feb

Merrie Monarch Art Market Series – Feather work at Na Lima Mili Hulu Noʻeau

In Kapahulu we learn about Hawaiian feather work at Ne Lima Mili Hulu Noʻeau with Mele Kahalepuna Chun.  For generations this family owns and operates this craft store near Waikiki preparing  for Hawaiian cultural events year round including the 2020 Merrie Monarch Festival.  Along with her students and daughter Leleaʻe Wong Kahalepuna, they create unique, one...
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16
Feb

Introduction to Para i Probechu’n i Taotao-Ta

The mission of PIPIT, Inc. is to support community organizations and members that promote the preservation of the Chamorro language and culture. Interview with Vince San Nicolas, T. E.N.D.A. Business Manager and Rudy Rivera, Graphic Specialist at the 2020 ACF Native Grantee Meeting held in Washington DC.https://www.pipitinc.org/abouthttps://www.instagram.com/pipit.inc/https://www.facebook.com/pipitinc671/Store: https://fahanguahan.com/
09
Feb

He Hae Hō’ailona Art Show

Panel Discussion on 2/5/2020 about the artworks composed in response to the overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom and 127 years of illegal occupation with Josh Tengan (@libertyhaus), Drew Brodrick (@koa_gallery), and Nanea Lum (@nanealum). Donnie Cervantes introduces the art space at Aupuni (@aupunispace) and its history. Josh describes the curation of the space. Drew talks about his team...
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02
Feb

Tennille Leomana Kanahele – Daughter of a Sovereignty Activist

Tennille Leomana Kanahele describes to us her experiences growing up with a ohana that was prominent in the movement towards sovereignty. She discusses her story growing up as a daughter to Dennis “Bumpy” Kanahele, finding herself after college, and using her baking to share her leomana (powerful voice). Resources:https://www.instagram.com/goodielicioustreatsbytennillel/TEXT ONLY 469-2555https://www.facebook.com/puuhonuahttps://www.hawaii-nation.org/puuhonua.htmlhttps://www.alohacoin.today/hawaii
26
Jan

Jermayne Tuckta from Warm Springs on Revitalizing Ichishkin

Jermayne grew up on the Warm Springs reservation and learned the tribal traditional ways and continues to carry on today. He has worked at #MuseumatWarmSprings in the #Archives department. He has worked on culture education and teaches his heritage language, #Ichishkin, to community classes and high school level. He is currently enrolled @uoregon pursuing a...
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05
Jan

Year in Review 2019

@nanealo and @nohealani16 discuss the history of Native Stories, journey through @thepurpleprize, review of 2019, and some insight into the future. Mahalo to our auction Donators – @honihala, #nanealo, @paahana_wood_designs, @sassa..frass, @dayofconquest, @kapacurious, #makaainana, @makaahinaalohilohi, @sewnani_bylila, @nhss_uhm, @opihionalani, @noegk, @aina_lish, @william_80, @karaboutart, #kaulumaika, #maolijewelry, #kapahawaii, @solomonenos, #pomahinadesigns, #kamanucomposites, @thekeikidept, @nanealum, @kaimarkell, #kealopiko, #Tamera Heine Available...
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29
Dec

Concert Lecture -Kūʻē- A history on sonic resistance

Recorded at @waiwaicollective on December 13th 2019, a collaboration between Nā Wai Chamber Choir @nawaichamberchoir and the University of Hawaiʻi Music Department’s Hawaiian Music Program—Nā Leo o Tuahine, who will come together in a concert featuring the legacy of musical resistance in Hawaiʻi. Led by Dr. Jace Kaholokula Saplan @katsuandcurry, this concert lecture will survey...
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22
Dec

Hanapepe Salt Flats

Panel discussion on the issues surrounding the historic practices and management of the Hanapēpē Salt Ponds and current conflict over the area’s different uses, including Maverick Helicopter’s recent request for a zoning permit. Panelists include Malia Nobrega-Olivera (President, Hui Hana Paʻakai o Hanapēpē), Kuʻulei Santos (Vice President, Hui Hana Paʻakai o Hanapēpē), Alan Murakami (Attorney,...
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15
Dec

Nappy Napoleon of Anuenue Canoe Club

Joseph “Nappy” Napoleon (Born 1941) is well known for his participation in waʻa canoe racing in Hawaiʻi. Uncle Nappy paddled in his first Moloka’i Hoe, the annual long-distance open ocean canoe race from Moloka’i to O’ahu, at the age of 17 in 1958. PC https://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/7139021/legendary-island-paddler-ready-to-make-new-mark-at-molokai-hoe/
08
Dec

Kauʻi Baumhofer – Inter-generational/historical trauma

The most dangerous time for our people... is institutional racism, which is when an institution, organization, or government has policies, practices, procedures or laws, that give or afford unearned privilege to one group or another, and that is exactly what is happening up on this mauna.
01
Dec

Jamaica Heoli Osorio – Wahine line

See how powerful the people of Hawaii can be, and we wield a real serious force, that we can push in whatever direction we want, and I really hope that we are not just looking back in history to this beautiful time when we all came together and then it stopped, but really look back and see "oh that was another beginning to how we got right here right now in whatever issue we were fighting then."
28
Nov

Lā Kūʻokoʻa by Keanu Sai

From Keanu Sai’s blog https://hawaiiankingdom.org/blog/ In the summer of 1842, Kamehameha III moved forward to secure the position of the Hawaiian Kingdom as a recognized independent state under international law. He sought the formal recognition of Hawaiian independence from the three naval powers of the world at the time—Great Britain, France, and the United States....
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17
Nov

Mauna Kea Series – Noelani Ahia on Mauna Medic Healers Hui

Our intention is to create a nurturing space, a space of empowerment...a brave space for people to feel comfortable truth telling. One of the things we’ve noticed on the Mauna is there’s a lot of historical/cultural trauma going on. I hope that our wahine space is one of those spaces where wahine, māhū, kāne, everyone feels comfortable to come into a nurturing space where they can truth tell, share their own moolelo for how they got here.
10
Nov

Mauna Kea Series – Paul Punahele Kutzen on Hawaiʻi Hip Hop

Struggling in the hood, figuring out that I’d rather have the ʻāina back then eat spam and have EBT, hip hop solved my problems by expressing it, so I figured I might as well teach youth this craft that helped me learn discipline and bless me with a better outlook on life and help me navigate through struggle.
03
Nov

Mauna Kea Series – Marie Alohalani Brown and Hale Hōʻahu +Hale Hoʻolako

For too long our intimate connection with our environment has been interrupted by western ways of being and knowing that was imposed upon us... so that’s what’s so exciting about Puʻu Huluhulu, is that we are coming back and living in one with our environment and getting to know the elements and the changing of the seasons... and what is more Ea then that?
27
Oct

Mauna Kea Series – Mahealani Ahia on Hale Mana Wāhine

Our intention is to create a nurturing space, a space of empowerment...a brave space for people to feel comfortable truth telling. One of the things we’ve noticed on the Mauna is there’s a lot of historical/cultural trauma going on. I hope that our wahine space is one of those spaces where wahine, māhū, kāne, everyone feels comfortable to come into a nurturing space where they can truth tell, share their own moʻōlelo for how they got here.
20
Oct

Mauna Kea Series – Kahala Johnson on Hale Mana Māhū

Outside of public-school sex education, learning about the sexuality, the gender, the sexual practices of my ancestors have helped me as a māhū to decolonize my body, my relationships, so Sex Eaducation is uncovering what is always conscious, we are constantly in a sexual relationship with the ʻāina.
06
Oct

Mauna Kea Series – Aliʻi Paul K. Neves on King Kamehameha Royal Order 1

They love us when we go along with what they want, but the minute the Hawaiian people say no to something, we are labeled protesters, anarchists...so we decided in 1996 to begin taking part in protecting/preserving Mauna Kea. We are Alii, and alii means servants or resource managers with a dab of holiness.
29
Sep

Mauna Kea Series – Laʻakea Sanborn on Kanaka Rangers

Kanaka rangers is modeled after a program in Australia where the indigenous peoples of those lands… the way that they saw fit… where you are getting the native indigenous people of those lands to take on kuleana of stewardship, also legislation and enforcement to those resources to belong to those people.
26
Sep

Saving our Sherwoods

We interview Ka’u Kalama-Ohelo and Ku’ike Kamakea-Ohelo on Save our Sherwoods. Their purpose is to protect and preserve the historical, cultural and natural resources of Waimānalo, neighboring communities and across the state of Hawaiʻi. They share the history of the ownership of the land that is today called Sherwoods and how preservation rights makes it...
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15
Sep

Kaimana Kawaha – ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi + Mele Hawaiʻi

Those mele lāhui are probably one of the most important things to hold onto because they connect us. Within those mele, they keep us conscious about what being part of the lāhui is like, they express how we feel about being in the lāhui. It’s very personal but very true to you as a kanaka.
10
Sep

History of Hoe Wa’a and Na Wahine o Ke Kai

Hoe wa’a or Hawaiian outrigger canoe paddling started well before the 1960’s. History tells us that King Kalakaua brought the sport back to popularity during his monarchy following a ban by missionary influences. In pre-missionary days, racing wa’a was a common part of the makahiki season as a type of sport. This podcast will begin...
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08
Sep

Dr. Noenoe Wong-Wilson

I was the first wahine, the first woman that was asked to stand up, so they put their handcuff/strips on me and walked me to the vehicle. There was silence, but there were tears, there were tears of love. The policemen wept, and we wept, and all of the young people wept in silence. And we asked to do that, and give every kupuna their day.
18
Jul

Panel Discussion on Management of Mauna Kea

The discussion will cover the University of Hawaii’s historical management of Mauna Kea, the role that astronomy and Native Hawaiian communities have played in the past, and the current conflict over development on Mauna Kea. The panel includes Camille Kalama, Attorney, Native Hawaiian Legal Corporation, Gregory Chun Ph.D. senior adviser to University of Hawaii on...
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07
Jul

Hanau Ea

Na Pua o Haumea Indigenous Birthkeepers in partnership with La Ho’iho’i Ea Honolulu presents HANAU EA: RECLAMATION AND RESURGENCE OF INDIGENOUS MIDWIFERY AND BIRTH PRACTICES. An event held at Waiwai Collective on July 5. Indigenous Midwives from Canada, America, and Hawaii share about the important birth-related work they are doing within their Nations. @Autumn Cavender,...
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23
Jun

Nā Wāhine Koa

Nā Wāhine Koa documents the life of four mana Hawaiian wahine for sovereignty and demilitarization. Being interviewed is Aunty Terri, one of these Wahine Koa. Nanea Lo introduces the book by reading a passage about Aunty Terri. Aunty Terri tells us about herself and the many projects that she is involved in today and in...
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09
Mar

Cree Language Revival

Tansi nitooteemuk. Greetings to all my Relations. I am a Cree grandmother and am honoured to hold Blood Memories from my great-grandfather Chief Joseph Charles of the Lac La Ronge Indian Band, and my grandparents Edward and Sarah McKenzie. My parents are John and Janet Feitz. I am learned in both my beautiful Cree culture...
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21
Feb

Chamorro Land and Sovereignty

Ned Pablo of Guåhan is an Indigenous Chamorro and grassroots activist from the Marianas Islands and this is his story about Chamorro sovereignty and a message for all our Pacific Island brothers and sisters of the Pacific.
14
Feb

Beyond Imelda’s Shoes: Martial Law and Marcos’ Connections to Hawai’i

Romano Cortes Jorge is a journalist and owner of Strawberry Jams Music Studio. He has decades of experience as a newspaper and TV section editor as well as covered important stories in the Philippines. He’ll be talking about his experience under Martial Law under Philippine dictator, Ferdinand Marcos, and the Marcos’ ties to Hawai’i.
31
Jan

Being Micronesian in Hawai’i

Sha Merirei Ongelungel is a Palauan-American professional rabble rouser. She’s spent the better part of the last two decades working in digital media, finding different ways to combine social media and her special brand of productive pettiness to be a positive force in the community.  
24
Jan

Hula Circuits and Hawaiian Rooms: Looking at “Mainland” Hawaiians with Kapena Baptista

Kapena’s great grandmother was a kumu hula and ukulele singer. Kapena started researching his roots while at Harvard and produced his thesis on the Hawaiian Room. Baptista interviewed many of the former Hawaiian Room singers at a reunion they held at the Lexington, a nightclub in New York City. Other resources:“Hawaiian Room” the movie: https://www.pbshawaii.org/pbs-hawaii-presents-the-hawaiian-room/More...
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17
Jan

Conversation with Aulii Dudiot from the Keys Project

Sponsors: Kamehameha Schools Interviewer: Adam Keawe Manalo-Camp Description: http://keyproject.org/ (808) 239-5777 info@keyproject.org Aulii Dudoit is the Executive Director at KEY Project. The Kualoa-Heeia Ecumenical Youth (KEY) Project was founded in 1968 through the efforts of churches, community residents, and social agencies. The mission of KEY Project is to nurture and promote the cultural, environmental, social,...
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09
Jan

Connie Florez, Producer of films Ke Kulana He Mahu, Kumu Hina, and much more.

Connie Florez is an indigenous film producer and director. She was born in Fairfield California and now lives in Hilo. She has made many influential movies. Connie discusses current projects including, The Glade’s and Koolau the Leper, and past projects, Kumu Hina and Ke Kulana He Mahu. More information on Connie Florez can be found...
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03
Jan

Mana Wahine and Lua

Michelle began studying hula at the age of 3 and martial arts at 9. She is a first generation Senior Black Belt under Olohe Solomon Kaihewalu, and the only woman instructor. She was also given the designation of Knight Commander by the Royal Order of Kamehameha I; the first woman in history to be knighted...
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19
Dec

Talk story with Ka’iulani Kauihou

Interviewed by: Adam Keawe Manalo-Camp Description: Kaʻiulani describes growing up in Mākaha, describes our roles as entrepreneur’s pre contact, and her nonprofit Hiʻohia. Hiʻohia (https://www.hiohia.org) audio moʻolelo is/will be available on Native Stories. More about Ka’iulani Kauihou Parents: Dalani Tanahy and Kimo Kauihou Ahupua’a: Mākaha Keiki: Kaleiua 5 and Kaleikea 3 Passions: traveling, bodyboarding, Polynesian...
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15
Dec

Imaikalani Kalahele on Contemporary Hawaiian Art (Part 2)

Sponsor: Hawaii Council for the Humanities Sources: Imaikalani Kalahele Voice: Imaikalani Kalahele and Noelani Arista and Lala Nuss Date Recorded: May 14, 2018 Description:[Explicit Language](Part 2 of 2) Focused on the start of his activism and the beginning of Contemporary Art in Honolulu. Imaikalani Kalahele is a Kanaka Maoli (native Hawaiian) poet, artist, and musician...
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03
Dec

Imaikalani Kalahele on Downtown Honolulu (Part 1)

Sponsors: Hawaii Council for the Humanities Sources: Imaikalani Kalahele Voice: Imaikalani Kalahele and Noelani Arista and Lala Nuss Description: [Explicit Language] (Part 1 of 2) Focused on his childhood in downtown Honolulu. Imaikalani Kalahele is a Kanaka Maoli (native Hawaiian) poet, artist, and musician whose work has appeared in anthologies of native Hawaiian literature, such...
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26
Nov

Mapuana Hayashi-Simpliciano on history of indigenous people of Japan

Interviewed by: Adam Keawe Manalo-Camp Description: Māpuana Hayashi-Simpliciano is a Kanaka Maoli and Ainu rights advocate, educator, scholar, poet and hip-hop artist. Adam and Māpuana discuss King Kalākaua’s role in Japanese migration to Hawaiʻi, treatment of indigenous people of Japan, and how she learned ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi on her bus ride’s home from her hula performances.
05
Nov

Adam Keawe Manalo-Camp on Papakōlea

Description: Adam discusses the first group of people that lived in Papakōlea, the area around Papakōlea including Queen Liliuʻokalaniʻs garden. Sponsors: Kamehameha Schools
07
Oct

Adam Keawe Manalo-Camp on Queen Liliuʻokalani

Description: Adam describes the homes of Queen Liliuʻokalani at Haleʻākala, Paokalani, Washington Place, Muʻolaulani, and ʻIolani Palace to Nohea Hirahara. Sponsors: Hawaii Council for the Humanities

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