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PROJECTS AND RESOURCES

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Wahi Kūpuna Stewardship Share Series

KU I KA MĀNA

Like the one from whom he received what he learned.

Said of a child who behaves like those who reared him

 

The saying, ku i ka māna, highlights the transfer of knowledge from one generation to the next and serves as a reminder of the many imparted lessons that have, and continue to feed us. Just as the way young keiki are fed by the mouths of those who raise them, we too are fed and nourished by the ʻike of beloved kūpuna, kumu, ʻohana, and all others who have reared us into the individuals we are today. Ku i ka māna!

The Kaliʻuokapaʻakai Collective, in partnership with the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, hosted a  virtual presentation series via Zoom. The series featured panels of multi-generational speakers that shared stories of experiences that have been passed down and ground them to beloved wahi kūpuna. As carriers of knowledge unique to their experiences, panelists shared about the teachings that guide and shape their stewardship practices to wahi kūpuna, and how wahi kūpuna stewardship can become re-envisioned as they ensure that ʻike is transferred to the next generation.

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2020 Community Empowerment Workshops

In collaboration with the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA), Huliauapaʻa conducted two virtual community empowerment workshop series:

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Centered around engaging and empowering those with kuleana to mālama i nā iwi kupuna.

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Focused on building capacity in caring for kuleana and ʻohana heir property lands.