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USA ~ Hawaiian Islands Source Center

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Temple of Peace (Haiku, Hawaii)

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Awalau Farm | Maui Organic Farm Tours and Membership

Awalau farm is hidden in the hills of upper Haiku on the Island of Maui We are a 30-acre sustainable vegetarian farming community nestled next to a 62000-acre state reserve The property has ancient caves, enchanting waterfalls and beautiful forest trails to immerse you in nature. We offer a variety of nature based educational services such as hikes, farm tours, gardening and permaculture classes and other adventures and experiences.

Ho’oponopono Technique - How To Practice The Hawaiian Self Healing Process | Hooponopono Miracle

Ho’oponopono is one of the most effective and powerful spiritual healing techniques. In fact it’s an ancient Hawaiian forgiveness technique and self-healing practice. You can use it on any problem and you don’t need to know the cause of the problem, which is a big advantage. 

Our Makawao | PBS Hawai‘i

Our Makawao is a film that weaves together stories and memories from Upcountry Maui residents who recount life in Makawao on the slopes of Haleakalā. Featured are former sugar and pineapple plantation workers, paniolos and long-time residents and merchants who share the rich and diverse history of this not-so-sleepy town.

Lessons from More Than a Hundred Years of Affirmative Action in Hawai'i | Native News Online

This groundbreaking piece of legislation was born from harrowing events for the Hawaiian people. Pre-Western contact, an estimated 400,000 to over 800,000 people lived in the Hawaiian Islands. However, by 1840, the number of Native Hawaiians had declined by 84% due to disease and displacement by foreign settlers. In 1893, a U.S.-backed group of sugar and pineapple plantation owners deposed Queen Liliuokalani and lobbied the U.S. president for annexation of Hawaiʻi, which occurred in 1898. Leading up to, and following the U.S. overthrow, Hawaiians were forcibly removed from their land, and denied the right to practice their native culture, religion, or language. To combat this dire situation, in 1920, Prince Jonah Kūhiō Kalanianaʻole delivered an impassioned speech to Congress, in which he proclaimed: “The Hawaiian race is passing…and if conditions continue to exist as they do today, this splendid race of people, my people, will pass from the face of the earth.” In response, Congress passed the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act, which set aside 200,000 acres of land across the islands for homesteading by native Hawaiians. Today, the homesteading program is managed by the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, which provides thousands of beneficiaries with 99-year homestead leases at $1 per year to live on, grow crops, or raise animals.

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