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  • January 18, 2021  4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

    Moʻolelo Monday's: Kumu Manu Meyer

    Our Moʻolelo Monday Series will dive into moʻolelo of resilience, strength, and healing, focusing on moʻolelo passed down by our ancestors. We have invited kumu to share moʻolelo and kaʻao with our students, followed by discussions on taking a deeper look into the layers of meaning contained within each kaʻao and how we can begin to interpret and understand how these moʻolelo relate to our own journey, what lessons they are trying to impart on us, and how this wisdom can continue to influence and inform us. 

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    This project is co-sponsored by Mālama Project, the UH Women’s Center, Hui Kākoʻo: Department of Social Work Graduate Student Organization, the Native Hawaiian Place of Learning Advancement Office,ʻEkolu Mea Nui, and CE@MBT-SSW

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  • February 1, 2021  4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

    Moʻolelo Monday's: Kumu Lilikalā Kameʻeleihiwa

    Our Moʻolelo Monday Series will dive into moʻolelo of resilience, strength, and healing, focusing on moʻolelo passed down by our ancestors. We have invited kumu to share moʻolelo and kaʻao with our students, followed by discussions on taking a deeper look into the layers of meaning contained within each kaʻao and how we can begin to interpret and understand how these moʻolelo relate to our own journey, what lessons they are trying to impart on us, and how this wisdom can continue to influence and inform us. 

    All Registration Links

    This project is co-sponsored by Mālama Project, the UH Women’s Center, Hui Kākoʻo: Department of Social Work Graduate Student Organization, the Native Hawaiian Place of Learning Advancement Office,ʻEkolu Mea Nui, and CE@MBT-SSW

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  • February 9, 2021  5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

    Ke A`o Mau guest speaker - Dean Jon Osorio

    Registration Link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/1916104111808/WN_ElGcjJtxRtuigIHImDDzcg

    Dean Jon Osorio to speak on Mele, Social Justice, and Health

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  • February 15, 2021  4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

    Moʻolelo Monday's: Kumu Keola Chan

    Our Moʻolelo Monday Series will dive into moʻolelo of resilience, strength, and healing, focusing on moʻolelo passed down by our ancestors. We have invited kumu to share moʻolelo and kaʻao with our students, followed by discussions on taking a deeper look into the layers of meaning contained within each kaʻao and how we can begin to interpret and understand how these moʻolelo relate to our own journey, what lessons they are trying to impart on us, and how this wisdom can continue to influence and inform us. 

    All Registration Links

    This project is co-sponsored by Mālama Project, the UH Women’s Center, Hui Kākoʻo: Department of Social Work Graduate Student Organization, the Native Hawaiian Place of Learning Advancement Office,ʻEkolu Mea Nui, and CE@MBT-SSW

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