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'O Kāne lāua 'o Kanaloa, ma Waimea

For Saturday, August 10, 2013

Na Kekeha Solis

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Synopsis: The 2013 Kalo and Awa Workshop is today, Aug. 10, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Waimea Valley, O'ahu.

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Welina e nā makamaka heluhelu. Pōmaika'i nō kākou i nā kūpuna a me nā loea e ho'omau nei i ka hana mai kahiko mai, 'oiai, 'a'ole i hiki mai nā 'ike like 'ole ma nā 'ohana a pau o Hawai'i nei. No laila, he mea maika'i ka mālama 'ia 'ana aku o ka Papa Kalo me 'Awa ma ke Awāwa 'o Waimea ma O'ahu nei. I ka makahiki 2007 i ho'omaka ai ka mālama 'ana, akā, 'o ka makamua kēia o ka māhele no ka 'awa.

I kēia lā nō ia papa, a e ho'omaka ana i ka hola 8:30 o ke kakahiaka a e pau ana i ka hola 5:30 o ke ahiahi.

He papa manuahi ia e hele ai ka lehulehu no ke a'o 'ana i nā mea like 'ole e pili ana i ke kalo a me ka 'awa. A 'a'ole wale nō ia he papa, akā, he wahi nō ho'i ia e kūkākūkā ai i ka mahi 'ai 'ana o ka wā kahiko a me kēia au nei a me nā nīnau like 'ole no ke kalo.

I ka hola 9:00, e ha'i 'ōlelo ana 'o Jari Sugano, 'o Penny Levin a me Nellie Sugii. 'O Sugano, e ha'i 'ōlelo ana no ka hō'ili'ili 'ana i ke kalo. 'O Levin, no ka hana e laha 'ole ai ka ma'i a me ka pūpū 'āpala. A 'o Sugii, no ka 'oulu 'a'a'a ma ka ho'oulu 'ana i ke kalo.

I ka hola 10:30, e ha'i 'ōlelo ana kekahi mau haumāna a 'Anakala Jerry Konanui, 'o Kaipo'i Kelling lāua 'o Duffy Chang no ka ho'omākaukau 'ana a me ka 'ai 'ana i ke kalo.

I ka hola 11:30, e hiki ana ke ho'opā i ka 'ai i kekahi mau 'ano kalo he 12 e ulu ana ma ke Awāwa 'o Waimea. A 'o ka wā pā'ina nō ia. E kū'ai paha i pā mea 'ai Hawai'i ma laila, he $12 o ia pā. I ka hola 12:15, e ha'i 'ōlelo ana 'o 'Anakala Jerry Konanui ma nā 'ano kalo like 'ole. He mahi 'ai 'o 'Anakala Jerry a he nui loa kona 'ike.

I ka hola 12:45, e māka'ika'i ana i nā kalo e ulu ana ma ke Awāwa 'o Waimea. Na Kaipo'i Kelling lāua 'o Anthony Deluze e ho'omāka'ika'i.

I ka hola 1:45 a me ka hola 3:00, e ha'i 'ōlelo ana 'o 'Anakala Jerry Konanui no ka 'awa.

I ka hola 3:30, e ho'okani pila ana 'o Kapili Littlejohn.

Piha hau'oli ka na'au i ka 'ike 'ana i kēia 'ano hana e holo mua ai kākou ma nā hana a me nā 'ike mai nā kūpuna mai. A no laila, e naue aku i laila i kēia lā.

['Auhea 'oukou, e ha'i 'ōlelo ana kekahi haumāna laeo'o o ka Hālau 'Ike Hawai'i o ke Kulanui o Hawai'i ma Mānoa i kāna hana no ke kekelē laeo'o. Kapa 'ia kāna ha'i 'ōlelo, “They’ve Survived Another Decade!: Hawaiian Knowledge In Digital Comic Books.”

'O Waikā Kaluna ka mea nāna e ha'i 'ōlelo ana. A he ulu nō ka hoi, 'oiai, ua hana 'o ia i puke mo'olelo ki'i no ka iPad.

A 'o kāna mo'olelo i koho ai, 'o ia kekahi o nā mo'olelo o Maui. Aia ana ka ha'i 'ōlelo i ka lā 15 o 'Aukake i Kamakakūo-kalani, lumi 207. E ho'omaka ana i ka hola 10:00 o ke awakea.

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E ho'ouna 'ia mai na ā leka iā mā ua, 'o ia ho'i 'o Laiana Wong a me Kekeha Solis ma ka pahu leka uila ma lalo nei:

>> kwong@hawaii.edu
>> rsolis@hawaii.edu

a i ‘ole ia, ma ke kelepona:

>> 956-2627 (Laiana)
>> 956-2627 (Kekeha)

This column is coordinated by Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa.






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DiverDave wrote:
Practice your language and culture, no one is stopping you!
on August 10,2013 | 05:22PM
holokanaka wrote:
no one ever could and still cannot.
on August 10,2013 | 09:09PM
DiverDave wrote:
I'm glad that you agree, Then there is no more need for race based government funded programs, eh?
on August 11,2013 | 03:29AM
holokanaka wrote:
what language and cultural "race based government funded programs" exactly are you talking about?
on August 11,2013 | 07:23AM
DiverDave wrote:
Over 800 Polynesian-Hawaiian raced based programs duh!
on August 11,2013 | 12:19PM
holokanaka wrote:
again joker-what language and cultural "race based government funded programs" exactly are you talking about?
on August 11,2013 | 02:18PM
DiverDave wrote:
Just Google Hawaiian Programs, Duh!
on August 11,2013 | 07:36PM
holokanaka wrote:
joker, again you did not answer my question.
on August 11,2013 | 09:51PM
DiverDave wrote:
One has to only search "Hawaiian Programs" and you will find over 800 Polynesian-Hawaiian only raced based programs.
on August 12,2013 | 07:22AM
holokanaka wrote:
one more time joker what "language and cultural" programs are you talking about?
on August 12,2013 | 01:38PM
DiverDave wrote:
I'll just pick one at random. How about Native Hawaiian Housing administered by HUD grants.
on August 14,2013 | 12:49PM
DiverDave wrote:
Or another one at random administered by the U.S. Dept. of Education. The program provides support for activities designed to prevent drug use and violence among Native Hawaiian youths. Obviously it has not been to effective.
on August 14,2013 | 12:57PM
DiverDave wrote:
How about the non-profit tax status for Kamehameha Schools, who also pay no property taxes costing the state 100s of millions each year? In order to receive non-profit tax status the must be racially inclusive. Instead they are racially exclusive. This is why they do not risk taking any of the numerous previous lawsuits to court, and settle them out of court. If they lost they would be losing far more than just the lawsuit. Their whole racist house of cards would come tumbling down!
on August 14,2013 | 01:03PM
holokanaka wrote:
the KS lawsuits were a big money maker for attorneys and their "anonymous" plaintiffs that is all it was. KS finally got smart and demanded the plaintiffs identify themselves, as is their right, and thereby halted any further lawsuits. and again one more time, what "CULTURAL and LANGUAGE" programs are you talking about???? joker
on August 14,2013 | 01:59PM
DiverDave wrote:
The last family that brought suit against Kamehameha Schools had to move to the mainland because of death threats, Duh! You are just another duh!
on August 15,2013 | 10:41PM
DiverDave wrote:
Why does Kamehameha Schools exist? Because of the belief that they must have control of teaching the Polynesian-Hawaiian language and culture, and the need to segregate children in order to do that. "Separate but equal" has already been found by the U.S. Supreme Court to be illegal and unconstitutional, DUH!
on August 15,2013 | 10:59PM
DiverDave wrote:
I wonder if it was the other way around, and the Polynesian-Hawaiian kids were treated like Black kids in the South were and told that they couldn't come to the local school but instead must go the "Black" school to be with "their own" if Polynesians would like it. The real agenda here is the sovereignty fringe indoctrination movement. Poor propagandized children.
on August 15,2013 | 11:37PM
holokanaka wrote:
"sovereignty fringe indoctrination" truth and facts joker only truth and facts supported by deep research, law-u.s. and international-and source documents. very simple.
on August 16,2013 | 07:18AM
DiverDave wrote:
Which I have done quite effectively here.
on August 16,2013 | 10:42AM
holokanaka wrote:
so joker have you found in your "quite effectlvely" research the annexation treaty yet?
on August 16,2013 | 01:31PM
DiverDave wrote:
Talk about Attention Deficit.
on August 17,2013 | 07:27PM
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