Podcasts

E kipa mai, e launa mai! CNHA’s Podcast Network carves out a space for Native Hawaiians to tell our stories, to share our manaʻo, to hear about what matters to us.

CNHA Podcast Network

Our two first podcasts — Midday Manaʻo and What’s the Scoops? — explore what it means to be Native Hawaiian in this fast-paced, ever-changing world. This is a place for us to learn, to laugh, to debate – but especially – to be ourselves. Episodes are available in video and audio podcast form through the links below.

Manu and Mehana at Midday Mana‘o
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With new episodes every Friday, Midday Manaʻo is about having fun and engaging discussions about what matters to Native Hawaiians, from a Native Hawaiian perspective. Join hosts Manu Boyd and Mehanaokala Hind as they tackle all the latest happenings in local news, entertainment and politics. The show also features interviews with friends who are making moves and helping our people. Don’t miss the opinions, laughs, the mele.

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Who’s doing what in Hawaiʻi? This podcast brings you the scoops straight from the source. Join our host CNHA CEO Kūhiō Lewis as he sits down with the movers and shakers that are paving the pathway for Hawaiʻi’s brighter future.
What's in the Scoops with Kuhio Lewis

Midday Manaʻo Podcast

Join hosts Manu Boyd and Mehanaokala Hind as they tackle all the latest happenings in local news, entertainment and politics. The show also features interviews with friends who are making moves and helping our people. Don’t miss the opinions, laughs, the mele.

What’s the Scoops?

In our inaugural episode of the What’s the Scoops? Podcast, CNHA CEO Kūhiō Lewis sits down with Representative Sylvia Luke, Chair of the House Finance Committee, and Tyler Iokepa Gomes, Deputy to the Chairman of the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL), to talk about the $600 million dollars approved by lawmakers to DHHL in the recent legislative session and leadership in Hawaiʻi.

Leo Tūtala O Hawaiʻi

Kumu Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu and Kumu Imaikalani Winchester discuss January 17th, 2023, which commemorates the 130th year since the overthrow of Hawaiian Kingdom. 

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