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.

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.

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.

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