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.
Can the Executive and Legislative Branches Legitimize the Theft of DHHL Trust Lands?
Serious questions are emerging around Maunakea Access Road
Hawaiian education is leading the way
Cutting edge approaches born in Hawai‘i are getting national attention
A Vision of Law that Will Save Our Lives
Caring for the land and for each other
Polls show eroding support for TMT, mounting support for Mauna Kea
Polls aren't the best measure of a movement, but here's one way to look at trends over a 17–month period
10 Questions About Mauna Kea Whose Answers Might Surprise You
Engage friends and family in conversations about Mauna Kea
An illogical argument jeopardizes the future of ‘āina in Hawai‘i
Advancing Science and History
Twelve haumāna with ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi projects competed in the Hawai'i Council for the Humanities’ Hawaiʻi History Day.
Aloha ‘Āina Starts Close to Home
Another tool in our aloha ‘āina arsenal
We need your help
Support the future of Hawai‘i through education
E hele nui kākou i ka ‘Aha Aloha ‘Ōlelo!
Make your way to Kona for one of the largest Hawaiian-language competitions around.
Mālama Honua: Teaching Tomorrow’s Navigators
The world is changing. It's the only island in space that we have.
We Will Persist
UH students, faculty, staff, stand together with the community