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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