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Sunday, August 31, 2003



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‘Ino! Ke Po‘i Mai Nei Ka Nalu II


Synopsis: Continuation of the article "'Ino! Ke Po'i Mai Nei Ka Nalu." Also 'lio'ulaokalani Coalition calls to all who support Justice for Native Hawaiians to "Kü I Ka Pono," a march for justice for Native Hawaiians on Sunday, Sept. 7 at 7:30 a.m.


(Ho'omau 'ia)

1. E kaomi mau i nä Hawai'i i lalo ma o ka ho'ohapa mau 'ana i ko läkou 'ike. Ua loli ke au o ka manawa o këia lä, akä, 'a'ole i loli ke a'o 'ana o Kamehameha no ka ho'opi'i 'ana a'e i ka 'ike o nä keiki Hawai'i i hiki ai iä läkou ke ho'oküpono iä läkou iho e like me ke au o këia manawa e ne'e nei. Ma luna iho o këia, ke 'oki 'ia nei kekahi o nä 'ike küpono loa mai ka papa kuhikuhi hana a'e o Kamehameha. He ho'opö'ino maoli nö këia mau hana.

2. Ma o këia kaomi mau 'ana ala i ka 'ike o nä keiki Hawai'i e kö hou ai kekahi mana'o o läkou nei, 'o ia ho'i këia: I ka wä e ha'alele ai nä keiki Hawai'i iä Kamehameha, a nele ke kula i nä keiki, 'o ka wä nö ia o läkou nei e 'ölelo mai ai (e like me këia a läkou i hana mai nei i këia pule) ua nele ke kula i nä Hawai'i, no laila, e ho'okomo mai nä lähui 'ë. Akä, 'a'ole e hiki i nä lähui 'ë ke komo mai, aia wale nö a pi'i ka 'ike o ke kula i luna. No laila, 'o kä läkou nei hana e hana mai ai, 'o ia nö ka ho'opi'i 'ana a'e i ke ana o ka 'ike o Kamehameha i luna. I këia hana 'ana, e loa'a ana ka pono i nä keiki o nä 'äina 'ë [nä 'ili puakea nö na'e], a ma hope aku, e ka'a loa aku ana ka waiwai o ke Ali'i a käkou no nä kölea o ka 'äina 'ë mai. 'O nä Hawai'i, iä läkou ka puapua.

E nä Hawai'i, ua hiki mai ka wä no käkou e paio ai i këia nïnau me ka 'o'ole'a loa. E alu käkou ma o ke kü 'ana ma hope o ka loio o nä keiki o Kamehameha, no ka mea, 'a'ole këia pono no nä keiki o Kamehameha wale nö, akä, no ka Lähui Hawai'i holo'oko'a.

I ka wä e komo ai këia hana i mua o ke Känäwai, mai 'au'a 'oukou i nä hua kenikeni e noi 'ia aku ana no këia paio nui, a, e ho'ouna mai i ia mau kenikeni i ke ke'ena o ka Lunaho'oponopono o "Ka Pu'uhonua."

[Eia nö käkou ke 'ike aku nei i ke kölea palaualelo i ka ho'ä'o hou mai e pöä i ko käkou pono. A mai noho käkou a poina, "'a'ole këia pono no nä keiki o Kamehameha wale nö, akä, no ka Lähui Hawai'i holo'oko'a," a no laila, he mana'o ko nä luna ho'oponopono e hö'ike i ka mea i kükala 'ia aku nei ma ka Hälau 'Ike Hawai'i ma Kamakakü-okalani ma ke Kulanui o Hawai'i ma Mänoa.] LH

Kükala aku nei 'o 'lio'ula-okalani ma Kam akaküokalani ma ka Pö'alima nei, i ke ka'i like 'ana no ka pono o ka Hawai'i, e mälama 'ia ana i këia Läpule a'e, ka lä 7 o Kepakemapa. Ua kapa 'ia ia papahana 'o "Kü I Ka Pono." Ma ka hola 7:30 o ke kakahiaka o ia lä, e 'äkoakoa ana nä känaka käko'o ma ke kihi o ke alanui Saratoga a me ke alanui Kaläkaua. A ma ka hola 8:30 ana e ho'omaka ai ke ka'i like 'ana no ka päka 'o Kapi'olani.

Inä he nïnau paha käu, e kelepona iä Pi'ilani Smith ma ka helu 754-3298.




E ho'ouna 'ia mai nä leka iä mäua,
'o ia ho'i 'o Laiana Wong a me Kekeha Solis
ma ka pahu leka uila ma lalo nei:
>> kwong@hawaii.edu
>> rsolis@hawaii.edu

a i 'ole ia, ma ke kelepona:
>> 956-2627 (Laiana)
>> 956-2624 (Kekeha)



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‘Ino! Ke Po‘i Mai Nei Ka Nalu II


Synopsis: Continuation of the article "'Ino! Ke Po'i Mai Nei Ka Nalu." Also 'lio'ulaokalani Coalition calls to all who support Justice for Native Hawaiians to "Kū I Ka Pono," a march for justice for Native Hawaiians on Sunday, Sept. 7 at 7:30 a.m.


(Ho'omau 'ia)

1. E kaomi mau i nā Hawai'i i lalo ma o ka ho'ohapa mau 'ana i ko lākou 'ike. Ua loli ke au o ka manawa o kēia lā, akā, 'a'ole i loli ke a'o 'ana o Kamehameha no ka ho'opi'i 'ana a'e i ka 'ike o nā keiki Hawai'i i hiki ai iā lākou ke ho'okūpono iā lākou iho e like me ke au o kēia manawa e ne'e nei. Ma luna iho o kēia, ke 'oki 'ia nei kekahi o nā 'ike kūpono loa mai ka papa kuhikuhi hana a'e o Kamehameha. He ho'opō'ino maoli nō kēia mau hana.

2. Ma o kēia kaomi mau 'ana ala i ka 'ike o nā keiki Hawai'i e kō hou ai kekahi mana'o o lākou nei, 'o ia ho'i kēia: I ka wā e ha'alele ai nā keiki Hawai'i iā Kamehameha, a nele ke kula i nā keiki, 'o ka wā nō ia o lākou nei e 'ōlelo mai ai (e like me kēia a lākou i hana mai nei i kēia pule) ua nele ke kula i nā Hawai'i, no laila, e ho'okomo mai nā lāhui 'ē. Akā, 'a'ole e hiki i nā lāhui 'ē ke komo mai, aia wale nō a pi'i ka 'ike o ke kula i luna. No laila, 'o kā lākou nei hana e hana mai ai, 'o ia nō ka ho'opi'i 'ana a'e i ke ana o ka 'ike o Kamehameha i luna. I kēia hana 'ana, e loa'a ana ka pono i nā keiki o nā 'āina 'ē [nā 'ili puakea nō na'e], a ma hope aku, e ka'a loa aku ana ka waiwai o ke Ali'i a kākou no nā kōlea o ka 'āina 'ē mai. 'O nā Hawai'i, iā lākou ka puapua.

E nā Hawai'i, ua hiki mai ka wā no kākou e paio ai i kēia nīnau me ka 'o'ole'a loa. E alu kākou ma o ke kū 'ana ma hope o ka loio o nā keiki o Kamehameha, no ka mea, 'a'ole kēia pono no nā keiki o Kamehameha wale nō, akā, no ka Lāhui Hawai'i holo'oko'a.

I ka wā e komo ai kēia hana i mua o ke Kānāwai, mai 'au'a 'oukou i nā hua kenikeni e noi 'ia aku ana no kēia paio nui, a, e ho'ouna mai i ia mau kenikeni i ke ke'ena o ka Lunaho'oponopono o "Ka Pu'uhonua."

[Eia nō kākou ke 'ike aku nei i ke kōlea palaualelo i ka ho'ā'o hou mai e pōā i ko kākou pono. A mai noho kākou a poina, "'a'ole kēia pono no nā keiki o Kamehameha wale nō, akā, no ka Lāhui Hawai'i holo'oko'a," a no laila, he mana'o ko nā luna ho'oponopono e hō'ike i ka mea i kūkala 'ia aku nei ma ka Hālau 'Ike Hawai'i ma Kamakakū-okalani ma ke Kulanui o Hawai'i ma Mānoa.] LH

Kūkala aku nei 'o 'lio'ula-okalani ma Kam akakūokalani ma ka Pō'alima nei, i ke ka'i like 'ana no ka pono o ka Hawai'i, e mālama 'ia ana i kēia Lāpule a'e, ka lā 7 o Kepakemapa. Ua kapa 'ia ia papahana 'o "Kū I Ka Pono." Ma ka hola 7:30 o ke kakahiaka o ia lā, e 'ākoakoa ana nā kānaka kāko'o ma ke kihi o ke alanui Saratoga a me ke alanui Kalākaua. A ma ka hola 8:30 ana e ho'omaka ai ke ka'i like 'ana no ka pāka 'o Kapi'olani.

Inā he nīnau paha kāu, e kelepona iā Pi'ilani Smith ma ka helu 754-3298.




E ho'ouna 'ia mai nā leka iā māua,
'o ia ho'i 'o Laiana Wong a me Kekeha Solis
ma ka pahu leka uila ma lalo nei:
>> kwong@hawaii.edu
>> rsolis@hawaii.edu

a i 'ole ia, ma ke kelepona:
>> 956-2627 (Laiana)
>> 956-2624 (Kekeha)

This column is coordinated by the Hawaiian Language Department
at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, supported by UH
President Evan Dobelle's Initiative for Achieving Native Hawaiian
Academic Excellence.

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