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Hawaiian Short Story & Mele Video Contest

hosted by Awaiaulu on The contest is designed to promote the use of the Hawaiian language in the literary arts. All submissions will need to be at least part ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi. There will be three awards: Best Short Story, Best Lyrics (Mele) and Best Performance (Mele…

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Hūlō! Hūlō!

Hulo to Dr. Annette Kuʻuipolani Wong, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language, who is a 2014 recipient of a Board of Regent's Excellence in Teacher Award. This award recognizes faculty members who have made significant contributions in teaching and student learning.…

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International Mother Language Day

International Mother Language Day on February 21, the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage has posted a new “Festival Photo Gallery” showcasing the many cultural experts who so generously shared their language revitalization efforts and cultural traditions as part…

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I Ulu I ke Kumu Award Dinner March 22, 2014

Aloha mai! Please see attached flyer! We hope that youʻre able to attend! Limited tables and seats currently available. Recipients to be honored on March 22, 2014: Kīhei and Mapuana de Sliva Dee Jay Mailer Dr. Ben Young Protect Kahoʻolawe ʻOhana. …

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Weʻre looking for Student Assistants

Do you enjoy working with Native Hawaiian ʻōpio and their ʻohana? Have you ever thought about how you would have better prepared yourself for college? Interested meeting diverse people, playing games, and talking story? Are you excited about your college…

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Taro Day

  Taro Day brings together diverse points of view Protecting the Hawaiian taro industry is a priority for University of Hawaii at Manoa scientists, farmers and community members. To read more of the story click here. Taro Day brings together…

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