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.
Hū ka Wā
Dawn has broken, and the light is coming. Join the ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi movement.
‘O Hawai‘i Ke Kahua O Ka Ho‘ona‘auao
Come along and see
He Kū‘auhau Kamakau: A New Legacy of Education
Ke Kula o S.M. Kamakau
Hō aʻe i ka ʻIke
Community Connection and Kanu o ka ʻĀina’s Hula Drama
Eia nō au ke kū nei ma mua ou
Here I am, standing before you.
‘Onipa‘a Kākou: Standing Firm for 125 Years and Beyond
Our past is our strength, and we have been standing strong for over 125 years.
Fifty Years of Mismanaging Mauna Kea
Five decades of mistreating Mauna Kea
Lā Kū‘oko‘a: Hawaiian Independence Day
Lā Kūʻokoʻa is a kingdom holiday celebrating Hawaiian independence. See how it is commemorated today.
Mau nō ka lā kulāia
E Ō Mau
On a mural mission
Kū Haʻaheo E Kuʻu Hawaiʻi
Learn this mele of strength and resilience.
He Ao Hou: A New World
Telling moʻolelo through video games