Monthly Archives: February 2010

Inside a United States Courthouse: A Native Hawaiian Speaks.

The Setting The very first American Court House erected on the Island of Kaua’i was built with full awareness and intention on the top of the bulldozed ruins of what was the oldest hei’au on this Island. Hei’au were (and … Continue reading

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Life or Death?

Very soon, ‘Iokepa and I will both be able to enter movie theaters at a discounted rate.  And then too, at the family-owned grocery on Kaua’i called “Big Save,” we will be qualified to save still another five percent on … Continue reading

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