Monthly Archives: July 2015

When Is Enough, Enough in Hawai’i – Tourism and Greed?

Let me begin with an acknowledgement:  Almost eighteen years ago, I arrived on Kaua’i for a ten-day vacation from Portland, Oregon.  I journeyed here for much the same reason that almost every other visitor flocked to the Hawaiian Islands – … Continue reading

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On Top of the Mountain: A New Native Generation Lays Claim.

I have lived in Hawai’i for seventeen years now.  I have, for every one of those years, been profoundly engaged with my husband’s indigenous people.  And yet I have been blind-sided by what was flourishing directly in front of my … Continue reading

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