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Kalama Valley

May 30 • 19:57
Before there were homes here today, it was farmland, and before that Hawaii Kai or originally named maunalua was known to be one of the largest fishponds and food producing areas on Oahu, sustaining the people. Today we will be discussing the Kalama Valley Protests in the 1970’s. High cost of living was hard on residents, like my grandparents , people had to leave Hawaii t...

Kenneth G. Kuper

Dec 27 • 50:04
Kenneth Gofigan Kuper is Assistant Professor of Political Science (specializing in Security Studies and International Relations) and Chamoru Studies at the University of Guam. He holds a Ph.D. in Political Science and a M.A. in Pacific Islands Studies from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. His dissertation focused on the complexities of military presence and security in ...

Matahiarii Tutavae

Nov 29 • 44:55
Matahi was born and lived most of his childhood in Papetoai, Moorea, Tahiti. He did part of his studies in Aotearoa and Hawai'i, which is when he realized how little he knew about his own heritage, and it pushed him to learn te reo, and to be more proactive about anything that has to do with our "nativeness".

He’s been a reporter for about 10 years, with RFO and then Tahit...

Pōkā Laenui – Kūpuna Series

Nov 22 • 01:09:04
SundayNovember 22, 20207AM HST

Pōkā is a native son of Hawai`i, and like others, was taught to love the U.S., enough to give his life in war. Like his male siblings, he volunteered in the active U.S. military service. While in that service, he came upon “Hawaii’s Story by Hawaii’s Queen” in 1970. He took a new direction - a commitment to break from U.S. colonization and res...

Micky Huihui

Nov 8 • 43:02
Micky Huihui is a bandmember for Ookolah the Moc, a Hawaii Roots band. She received her BS in Hawaiian Studies and has worked for Hālau Kū Māna Public Charter School, a kīpuka (safe space) for community and place-based indigenous education and is the Executive Director at Hawaiʻi Peopleʻs Fund in 2016. She firmly believes that social justice in Hawaiʻi BEGINS with indigeno...

Daphne Littlebear

Nov 1 • 01:08:30
Daphne Littlebear who is from Tamaya, Santa Ana Pueblo and is a descendant of the Mvskoke, Yuchi and Shawnee Nations, where she resides. Music and dancing provides so much joy and healing to Daphne, she engages in many of the cultural dances of her communities.

Daphne is currently completing her doctoral degree at Arizona State University studying social justice education, ...

Noerangi Teave

Oct 25 • 37:33

Ahilapalapa Rands

Oct 18 • 54:14
Ahilapalapa Rands (Kanaka Maoli, Fijian,Sāmoan, Cook Island, Pākehā) is an independent curator and artist. She holds a Bachelor of Visual Arts from Auckland University of Technology and a Diploma in Te Reo Māori from Te Wananga o Raukawa in Ōtaki, Aotearoa. Rands is a founding member of New Zealand based art collective D.A.N.C.E. art club alongside Vaimaila Urale, Tuafale ...

Kūpuna Series – Dr. Lynette Cruz – Waiʻanae – Oʻahu – The Hawaiian Kingdom

Oct 11 • 01:04:37
Native Stories introduces our KŪPUNA SERIES!!!

Yes, yes, yes yall! The kick off kupuna will be our very own Kanaka Maoli and Mana Wahine Dr.Lynette Cruz!

Interviewed by Nanea Lo (@eananealo) ʻAnakē Lynette Cruz is truly a Hawaiian Kingdom gem and Aloha ʻĀina Activist Rockstar!

Aunty Lynette was born in Hilo, Hawaiʻi, grew up in Oʻahu, and now calls Waiʻanae her home.

She holds...

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