The late Abraham Puhipau Ahmad was recently named as one of “Na Mamo o Ka Po’e Hawai’i – Living Treasures of the Hawaiian People”. The recognition for his documentary work was given posthumously by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs and … Continue reading
MAUNA KEA informational website
Although the mountain volcano Mauna Kea last erupted around 4000 years ago, it is still hot today, the center of a burning controversy over whether its summit should be used for astronomical observatories or preserved as a cultural landscape sacred to the Hawaiian people. Our informational website offers a wealth of cultural background on the issue.
Hali‘a Aloha – A fond remembrance of Puhipau
Abraham “Puhipau” Ahmad, Jr.
October 24, 1937 – February 9, 2016
Help archive and preserve Puhipau’s work for future generations.
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