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He Huaka‘i Māka‘ika‘i me Kupuna Rachel Nahaleelua Mahuiki

(“A walking tour with Kupuna Rachel Nahaleelua Mahuiki”)
 
Rachel Nahaleelua Mahuiki, one of Hanalei’s most beloved kūpuna (elders), leads Larry Kimura and a group of Hawaiian language teachers on a tour of Hā‘ena, Kaua‘i.

Pae i ka Nalu – Surfing in Hawai‘i TRANSCRIPT

Surfers Rell Sunn, Clyde Aikau, Rabbit Kekai, Buffalo Keaulana and Alvin Kaio share their knowledge of the history of surfing, canoe surfing, big wave surfing and popular surfing spots. Lilikala Kame‘eleihiwa performs a traditional chant to call for big waves and Dennis Kanae Keawe introduces the art of hōlua sledding.

Pae i ka Nalu – Surfing in Hawai‘i

Surfers Rell Sunn, Clyde Aikau, Rabbit Kekai, Buffalo Keaulana and Alvin Kaio share their knowledge of the history of surfing, canoe surfing, big wave surfing and popular surfing spots. Lilikala Kame‘eleihiwa performs a traditional chant to call for big waves and Dennis Kanae Keawe introduces the art of hōlua sledding.

Mākua – To Heal the Nation TRANSCRIPT

Located on the western tip of the Hawaiian island of O‘ahu, Mākua has long been a place of refuge for Kānaka Maoli, native Hawaiians. One of the last undeveloped valleys on the island, Mākua has become a home for the houseless, the unemployed, working poor, and those that simply want to live the lifestyle of their ancestors.

Lāhui Maoli – Native Species TRANSCRIPT

An island-by-island survey of Hawaiian native species of birds, snails, fish and insects, all identified by their Hawaiian names and described through ‘ōlelo no‘eau (wise sayings) in Hawaiian and English.