Na auao Ola HawaiiNa auao Ola Hawaii



Native Hawaiian writer Maka'ala Yates shares timeless wisdom and practical tools for vibrant health from the forgotten Hawaiian past.

Author: Maka'ala Yates

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ISBN: 1452519234

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Page: 250

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Native Hawaiian writer Maka'ala Yates shares timeless wisdom and practical tools for vibrant health from the forgotten Hawaiian past. The deeper 'aumakua principles deals with the idea that matter, mind, consciousness, and life are all manifestations of Kumukahi (One Source). Ho'oponopono teaches how to live responsibly to bring peace and harmony to one's self, the community and ultimately the world.

Na auao Ola HawaiiNa auao Ola Hawaii



Hawaiian Principles and Practices of Being Well Maka'ala Yates. CHAPTER. 15. Overview. of. Na'auao. Ola. Hawaii. A. brief. summary.

Author: Maka'ala Yates

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 9781452519241

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Page: 250

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Native Hawaiian writer Maka’ala Yates shares timeless wisdom and practical tools for vibrant health from the forgotten Hawaiian past. The deeper ‘aumakua principles deals with the idea that matter, mind, consciousness, and life are all manifestations of Kumukahi (One Source). Ho’oponopono teaches how to live responsibly to bring peace and harmony to one’s self, the community and ultimately the world.

Mauri OlaMauri Ola



... new year celebration Sāmoan independence movement against New Zealand occupation pan-Pacific trickster demi-god (Hawaiian) Māui of the loincloth ...

Author: Albert Wendt

Publisher: Auckland University Press

ISBN: 9781869407230

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Page: 304

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Mauri Ola: Contemporary Polynesian Poems in English is a follow-up volume to the highly acclaimed Whetu Moana, the first anthology of Polynesian poems in English edited by Polynesians. The new book includes poetry written over the last 25 years by more than 80 writers from Aotearoa, Hawai'i, Tonga, Samoa, the Cook Islands, Niue, Tokelau, Tahiti and Rotuma - some living in these islands and some dispersed around the globe. Together with works by established and celebrated poets, the editors have introduced the fresh voices of a younger generation. The anthology includes selections from poets including Alistair Te Ariki Campbell, Sia Figiel, J. C. Sturm, Konai Helu Thaman, Haunani-Kay Trask, Hone Tuwhare and Albert Wendt. The late Hawaiian poet Wayne Kaumualii Westlake is represented here by a unique set of concrete poems and experimental verse. Tusiata Avia tells tales of Nafanua in different settings around the world; Rangi Faith imagines 'First Landing'; Imaikalani Kalahele writes a letter to his brother; Brandy Nalani McDougall discusses 'cooking Captain Cook'; Karlo Mila, eating chocolate, watches 'paul holmes apologise for calling kofi annan a darkie'; Robert Sullivan writes against the grain; and Apirana Taylor follows zigzag roads. Ranging from the lyrical and sensual to the harsh and gritty, from the political to the personal, the poems in Mauri Ola are infused with vivid imagery, claims of identity, laments, rages and celebrations that confront again a colonial past and a global present.

A History of Hawaii Student BookA History of Hawaii Student Book



Hawaii State 1984 Election districts and precincts. Honolulu: Office of the Lieutenant Governor. ... Kc Wai Ola O Oha. Honolulu: Office of Hawaiian Affairs.

Author: Linda K. Menton

Publisher: CRDG

ISBN: 9780937049945

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Page: 429

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A comprehensive and readable account of the history of Hawai'i presented in three chronological units: Unit 1, Pre-contact to 1900; Unit 2, 1900¿1945; Unit 3, 1945 to the present. Each unit contains chapters treating political, economic, social, and land history in the context of events in the United States and the Pacific Region. The student book features primary documents, political cartoons, stories and poems, graphs, a glossary, maps, and timelines. The activities, writing assignments, oral presentations, and simulations foster critical thinking.

Promising Practices in Indigenous Teacher EducationPromising Practices in Indigenous Teacher Education



Hoike a ho'oulu i kamakaukau 'olelo Hawai'i mana poaiapilia makau like 'ole o ke kaiaa'o. "Ike Mauli Ola Lahui: He kanaka piko'u mauliola Hawai'i.

Author: Paul Whitinui

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789811064005

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Page: 308

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This book provides a comprehensive overview of navigating the on-going systemic challenges, hardships, and problems facing many indigenous teacher education programs today, helping to foster a commitment to developing quality indigenous teacher education programs that are sustainable, distinctive and excellent. However, despite a growing cadre of indigenous peoples working in teacher education, there is still a noticeable gap between the uptake of what is being taught in conventional teacher education programs, and how this translates to what we see student teachers doing in the classroom. The often tricky and complex nature of indigenous teacher education programming also means that there are multiple realities, approaches and pathways that require greater communication, collaboration, and cooperation. The very nature of this complexity, the book suggests, requires a strength-based and future-focused approach built on trust, integrity, courage and respect for indigeneity, as well as an understanding of what it means to be indigenous. The examples and experiences presented identify a number of promising practices that work well in current indigenous teacher education programs and beyond. By promoting a greater appreciation for the inclusion of culturally relevant practices in teacher education, the book aims to breathe new life into the hopes, dreams, and aspirations of indigenous teacher education programs moving forward.

Native Hawaiian Education ReauthorizationNative Hawaiian Education Reauthorization



E OLA MAU . Native Hawaiian Health Needs Study Report , Native Hawaiian Health Research Consortium , Alu Like , 1985 . Hammond , Ormond .

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs (1993- )

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ISBN: PURD:32754070687219

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4000 Spanish Hawaiian Hawaiian Spanish Vocabulary4000 Spanish Hawaiian Hawaiian Spanish Vocabulary



sabio -naauao sabor - ʻono sala - keʻena saltar - lele salud - ola kino saludar - aloha saludo - aloha saludos - ka mahalo i salvar -hoola salvavidas -kiaʻi ...

Author: Jerry Greer

Publisher: Soffer Publishing

ISBN:

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""4000+ Spanish - Hawaiian Hawaiian - Spanish Vocabulary" - is a list of more than 4000 words translated from Spanish to Hawaiian, as well as translated from Hawaiian to Spanish.Easy to use- great for tourists and Spanish speakers interested in learning Hawaiian. As well as Hawaiian speakers interested in learning Spanish.

All about HawaiiAll about Hawaii



L life ola lift - hapai ; ka'ika'i light - malamalama lightning - uwila like - makemake
likely - paha limb - lala limit ... naauao e kapaia na wahine i leke ) laid - hoomoe ;
( waiho wale aku no ) lake - loko nui lamb - hipa lame - oopa lamp kukui land ...

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ISBN: MINN:31951002271015N

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Native Hawaiian Government Reorganization ActNative Hawaiian Government Reorganization Act



the most successful Native Hawaiian students are those who are able to ... Ke Ola Mamo is one of the five Native Hawaiian health care organizations created ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs (1993- )

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ISBN: PURD:32754081070215

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Page: 190

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"Senate Bill 1011, the Native Hawaiian Government Reorganization Act of 2009"--P. 1.

4000 Portuguese Hawaiian Hawaiian Portuguese Vocabulary4000 Portuguese Hawaiian Hawaiian Portuguese Vocabulary



sabor - ʻono saia - lepa saltar - lele salva-vidas - kiaʻi ola salve - hoola sanduíche - hawaii santificado - laʻa santuário - keʻena kapu saúde - ola ...

Author: Jerry Greer

Publisher: Soffer Publishing

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""4000+ Portuguese - Hawaiian Hawaiian - Portuguese Vocabulary" - is a list of more than 4000 words translated from Portuguese to Hawaiian, as well as translated from Hawaiian to Portuguese.Easy to use- great for tourists and Portuguese speakers interested in learning Hawaiian. As well as Hawaiian speakers interested in learning Portuguese.

4000 French Hawaiian Hawaiian French Vocabulary4000 French Hawaiian Hawaiian French Vocabulary



... sureti sablonneux - one sage - naauao sagesse - ka naauao saisir - mea loaʻa ... sang -'ōʻo ia i sans couture - aloha bikini santé - ola kino sauf - koe ...

Author: Jerry Greer

Publisher: Soffer Publishing

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""4000+ French - Hawaiian Hawaiian - French Vocabulary" - is a list of more than 4000 words translated from French to Hawaiian, as well as translated from Hawaiian to French.Easy to use- great for tourists and French speakers interested in learning Hawaiian. As well as Hawaiian speakers interested in learning French.

Voices of Social Justice and Diversity in a Hawai i ContextVoices of Social Justice and Diversity in a Hawai i Context



E Ola Mau: Native Hawaiian health needs study report. Honolulu, HI: Author. Aoude, I. (Ed.). (1999). The ethnic studies story: Politics and social movements ...

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Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004387546

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Page: 644

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This book offers collective and individual voices of grandparents and grandchildren of diverse backgrounds who live in Hawaii. Its focus is on the significant roles grandparents’ and family members’ legacies play in promoting social justice and the well-being of all.

New ManaNew Mana



... alaila, kukala mai la ka Moi o ka aoao lanakila i ke kanawai o ke ola, ... Kamakau writes: O keia mau hana naauao a ka lahui Hawaii i ka wa kahiko a ...

Author: Matt Tomlinson

Publisher: ANU Press

ISBN: 9781760460082

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Page: 373

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‘Mana’, a term denoting spiritual power, is found in many Pacific Islands languages. In recent decades, the term has been taken up in New Age movements and online fantasy gaming. In this book, 16 contributors examine mana through ethnographic, linguistic, and historical lenses to understand its transformations in past and present. The authors consider a range of contexts including Indigenous sovereignty movements, Christian missions and Bible translations, the commodification of cultural heritage, and the dynamics of diaspora. Their investigations move across diverse island groups—Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Fiji, Tonga, Samoa, Hawai‘i, and French Polynesia—and into Australia, North America and even cyberspace. A key insight that the volume develops is that mana can be analysed most productively by paying close attention to its ethical and aesthetic dimensions. Since the late nineteenth century, mana has been an object of intense scholarly interest. Writers in many fields including anthropology, linguistics, history, religion, philosophy, and missiology have long debated how the term should best be understood. The authors in this volume review mana’s complex intellectual history but also describe the remarkable transformations going on in the present day as scholars, activists, church leaders, artists, and entrepreneurs take up mana in new ways.