Monthly Archives: April 2009

His Homeland.

‘Iokepa Hanalei ‘Imaikalani has often instructed me. “European and American sugar cane barons laid claim, almost two hundred years ago now, to the land that my people stewarded for thirteen thousand years.  They claimed ownership of a land that, we … Continue reading

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Courtship, Memory, and Beyond.

‘Iokepa and I have spent the last week in the Florida home of a bright, sweet, and talented young man.  (“Young,” now defined, as somewhere between the ages of our four children.) He was a stranger, and he opened his … Continue reading

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