Hosts and Kanaeokana Kōmike Ho‘okele members Ekela Kaniaupio-Crozier and Malia Nobrega-Olivera close out AK2021 with the help of all of you!
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An exclusive ʻAha Kūkā 2021 sneak peak preview of the Hawaiian Airlines May Day 2021: Māka‘ika‘i concert, including a conversation with producer Zachary Alaka‘i Lum. The official broadcast is on May 1 on KGMB and worldwide via Facebook Live.
The Aloha ‘Āina Leader Awards honor the future of our lāhui by recognizing haumāna for their growing commitments to aloha ‘āina. Join us at ʻAha Kūkā 2021 as we celebrate the 2021 class of Aloha ʻĀina Leaders and the educators who have guided them along their way.
Kanaeokana participants + partners have a lot to share. What can we learn from each other? Learn more about what some of our friends are doing to uplift our lāhui and grow aloha ‘āina leaders in their communities.
Grab something to eat. Take a break. Get up and stretch. Hang out on InSpace and boogie or talk story in the luana lounge, or watch and discuss some original short films while you enjoy your lunch during ʻAha Kūkā 2021.
Jump in and take action to bring to life yours and others’ project ideas! Using interactive tools and a simple process, you can help to raise up and enliven new project possibilities at ʻAha Kūkā 2021.
Hulō, the bell just rang and it’s wā pāʻani! Yup, recess time at AK2021! What do you wanna do to get your shakalaka dial reset to piha loa? Whatever it is, try not to be like Hanawale Kaulele and do next week’s homework now.
What would be a dream Kanaeokana project you’d want to pursue? Dream big like you did when you were a keiki, then help us visualize it at ʻAha Kūkā 21. This fun and engaging session has everyone creating unique art pieces that visualize projects in our nae.
How can we alu? By creating and forwarding common goals—the fibers that make our nae durable, the vibes that make our nae welo. Learn what we mean when we say “Hawaiian education system” and “aloha ‘āina leader" at ʻAha Kūkā 2021 and vibe in sync throughout our nae.
Hosts and Kanaeokana Kōmike Ho‘okele members Ekela Kaniaupio-Crozier and Malia Nobrega-Olivera kick off ʻAha Kūkā 2021, and fellow Kōmike Ho‘okele member Kalani Flores joins in remotely to share a mo‘olelo from his ‘āina that's special to his ‘ohana.