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He lei no nā aliʻi.

Throughout the year, we celebrate and remember our aliʻi and how their lives and the work they did continue to impact our community.

Follow along with us virtually as we explore the legacy of our aliʻi across the pae ʻāina.

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Through out March, we celebrated the lasting legacy of Prince Kūhiō with a special series of panel discussions live on Facebook.

Each week we will feature different Native Hawaiian scholars and kumu who will share different aspects of Prince Kūhiō's life and how his leadership still guides us today. Hear each presentation in the videos below.

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March 21, 11 am-1 pm on Zoom

Between the Letters: Honoring Hawaiʻi through the Voices of the People

ʻIhilani Lasconia and Isabella Pasa

This workshop is an engaging and interactive poetry workshop inviting participants to use epistolary poetry to identify past and contemporary examples of civic engagement in Hawaiʻi. Participants will also practice writing an epistolary poem centered on the importance of documenting our everyday experiences.

Through out March, we celebrated the lasting legacy of Prince Kūhiō with a special series of panel discussions live on Facebook.

Each week we will feature different Native Hawaiian scholars and kumu who will share different aspects of Prince Kūhiō's life and how his leadership still guides us today. Hear each presentation in the videos below.

Kumu Manuʻaikohana Boyd

He Inoa no Kalanianaʻole: Moʻokūʻauhau, Mele, & Manaʻo with Manu

Dr. Kalani Akana

The Citizen Prince: Paving the Way for Kānaka

Dr. Davianna McGregor

The ʻAha Hui Puʻuhonua and the beginning of the Hawaiian Civic Clubs

U.S. Rep. Kaialiʻi Kahele, Dreana Kalili, & Tyler Gomes

The Legacy of Prince Kūhiō:

A panel on the future of his movements