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Aloha In advance of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month in May, Hula Halau Kaeepa offers traditional Hawaiian Kahiko and Awana dance and history of Hawaiian culture. Open to the public, all ages welcome.
Please RSVP, space limited: Aunty Kanani or Keito 512-440-7171 cell 808 989 5172 keito1@hotmail.com
Hula Halau Kaeepa at Excited ! Hula and Tahitian workout today March 18th at 7:45pm also Full 7:45pm at Impac Martial Arts open to the public studio 3602 william cannon and brodie lane Austin tx
hula class Now open Tues and Thursdays, 16, Yes Hawaiian Hula Dance Class

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"Hawaiians, are not American. We are not European, we are not Asians, and we are not immigrants to the Pacific. We are the children of Papa (Earth Mother) and W...ākea (Sky Father.)"

Throwback Thursday: In 1992, Kumu Haunani-Kay Trask was featured on a panel focusing on Racism and 1st Amendment rights. Here she acquaints the audience to herself by opening with her moʻokūʻauhau (genealogy) which then transitions into a historical moʻokūʻauhau of Hawai'i. In doing so, Trask exhibits a traditional introductory practice of Hawai'i, in which moʻokūʻauhau informs the listeners of one's history, political stance and source of mana.

#ʻIkeMatters #KeepTheConversationGoing

Source Material:
Racist speech and 1st Amendment rights / presented by Hawaii Civil Rights Commission. VHS, 1992.

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