Ryan Ozawa reviews Anthony Bourdain’s “Parts Unknown” episode on Hawaii that airs on Sunday, June 14 at 3 p.m. Hawaii time (9 p.m. ET/PT).
Thompson talks of the dark days of native Hawaiian culture, and its resurgence, and Bourdain gives a decent 30-second history lesson running from the arrival of Westerners through the overthrow and […]
Livestreaming now, for those interested: http://oiwi.tv/Live/
(h/t Lynette C)
For the second time in six years, a week long 193-mile torchlit march will be held around the island of Maui.
The Kaʻapuni or circle-island march will cover the 12 moku or districts of Maui, and is described as a spiritual journey.
In an event announcement, founder Keʻeaumoku Kapu of Kauaʻula Valley, said […]
This is a great synopsis of Hawaiian history, important facts that everyone who lives in or visits Hawaii should know:
Hawai’i and Native Hawaiians – What You May Not Know
Sunday, November 2, 3:00 pm
Book Launching, Book Signing, Reception & Photo Exhibit
“A Nation Rising: Hawaiian Movements for Life, Land and Sovereignty”
With editors Noelani Goodyear Ka`opua, Ikaika Hussey, Erin Kahunawaika`ala Wright; and photographer Ed Greevy.
NATIVE PLANET, Season 1, Episode 4 – Hawaii (from Canadian Television)
Privatizing ʻĀina Umi Perkins, PhD. Kamehameha Schools Political Science Windward Community College June 10, Tuesday, 4:00 pm
Olelo Community Media Center · 1122 Mapunapuna St.For Hawaiians, ʻāina is kin. For settlers, it is real estate – an asset.For both it is power.Umi Perkins’ work looks at the theoretical basis of the land tenure system […]