Moʻolelo gain power with each telling and retelling. It is no mistake that our kūpuna called each version of our moʻolelo a mana. The stories below are the kinds of stories that bring mana to our lāhui. Stories about how connecting to our culture brings success. About how our keiki know the importance of community. About how bright the future is when it is built upon nohona Hawaiʻi.
Kaʻohewai says Navy must take further steps
Kaʻohewai is committed to ensuring that the fuel is removed and that the tanks are never refilled.
Kaʻohewai Commends DOH Decision
Kaʻohewai stands in strong support of the State Department of Health’s decision to uphold its earlier decree ordering the Navy to defuel its tanks at Red Hill.
Ka‘ohewai Demands Shutdown of Kapūkaki (Red Hill) Fuel Tanks
It has become increasingly clear that the Navy has lied for years and even in the last weeks about the safety of its Kapūkaki (Red Hill) underground fuel tanks.
Commending CASCA’s decision NOT to support TMT without Native Hawaiian Consent
A majority of Native Hawaiians oppose the TMT
‘Aha Kūkā 2021: E Alu, E Ahu, A Ea!
The official website for the 2021 ʻAha Kūkā of Kanaeokana, The Kula Hawaiʻi Network. The virtual ʻaha is on Friday April 30, 2021 at kanaeokana.net/ahakuka.
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