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Opinion: City Bill 65, HCDA, On Wrong Side Of Major Hawaiian Cultural History

Opinion: City Bill 65, HCDA, On Wrong Side Of Major Hawaiian Cultural History

All historic and cultural research shows that this Honouliuli-Ewa area is one of the most very important cultural and historic area’s in the State of Hawaii. The identified “Leina a ka Uhane” is an especially sacred wahi pana of the highest level. A HART EIS TCP (Traditional Cultural Place) report in April 2012 documents...
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Papa Mu Art Gallery Features Native Hawaiian Artist Terri Lei Napeahi

Papa Mu Art Gallery Features Native Hawaiian Artist Terri Lei Napeahi

Positive role model and cultural wayfinder Terri Lei Napeahi (born 1961) has her year-old Papa Mu Art Gallery comprised of treasures by nearly 60 Native Hawaiian creators astride Hilo’s Prince Kuhio Plaza Center Court. Distinctly, Terri has no funding from OHA or Alu Like, but instead is self-made and self-determined as our audaciously remarkable solitary...
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