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The Value of Hawaii 2
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How can more of us protect and create waiwai, value, for coming generations? Continuing the conversation of The Value of Hawai‘i: Knowing the Past, Shaping the Future, this new collection gathers together fresh voices sharing their inspiring work in farming, government, voyaging, water rights, archaeology, gender advocacy, education, business, community health, art, immigration, and more to enhance the present and future value of Hawai‘i. By exploring connections to ancestors and others across our Pacific world, the contributors to this volume offer passionate and poignant visions. Their autobiographical essays will inspire readers to live consciously and lead ourselves as island people.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. v-viii
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  1. How to Use this Book
  2. pp. ix-xii
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. pp. xiii-xiv
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  1. We Are Islanders
  2. Aiko Yamashiro & Noelani Goodyear-Ka‘öpua
  3. pp. 1-8
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  1. Aloha
  2. pp. 9-10
  1. Tūtū's Aloha ‘Äina Grace
  2. Kamanamaikalani Beamer
  3. pp. 11-17
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  1. Mother
  2. Faith Pascua
  3. pp. 18-20
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  1. Mo‘olelo: Stories and Storytelling
  2. pp. 21-22
  1. So Listen to Me
  2. Lyz Soto
  3. pp. 23-31
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  1. No Seed Left Unturned
  2. Jamaica Heolimeleikalani Osorio
  3. pp. 32-41
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  1. We, The Star Keepers
  2. Ryan Oishi
  3. pp. 42-48
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  1. Eyes of the Night Lights
  2. Mailani Neal
  3. pp. 49-51
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  1. The Welo and Kuleana of Mele Integrity
  2. Kainani Kahaunaele
  3. pp. 52-59
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  1. Kalihi Calls
  2. Dawn Mahi
  3. pp. 60-67
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  1. I am a Farmer
  2. U‘ilani Arasato
  3. pp. 68-69
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  1. Tell Them
  2. Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner
  3. pp. 70-72
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  1. Kuleana and Developing Hawai‘i Responsibly
  2. pp. 73-74
  1. Honoring the Family of KTA Super Stores
  2. Derek Kurisu
  3. pp. 75-81
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  1. Lāna‘i’s Community Wealth
  2. Consuelo Agarpao Gouveia
  3. pp. 82-87
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  1. Urbanism as Island Living
  2. Sean Connelly
  3. pp. 88-99
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  1. A Perspective on Energy Policies in Hawai‘i
  2. Makena Coffman
  3. pp. 100-110
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  1. A Way with Waste
  2. Hunter Heaivilin
  3. pp. 111-118
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  1. Things You Missed (or, The Dog Ears, Revisited)
  2. Donovan Kuūhiō Colleps
  3. pp. 119-121
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  1. Reclaiming Our Stories of Struggle
  2. Cade Watanabe
  3. pp. 122-129
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  1. The Urban Island Pendulum
  2. Prime
  3. pp. 130-138
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  1. Sedilia
  2. Jill Yamasawa
  3. pp. 139-143
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  1. I am of Oceania
  2. Innocenta Sound-Kikku
  3. pp. 144-145
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  1. Molokai Stories, Identity, and Kuleana
  2. Matt N. Yamashita
  3. pp. 146-152
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  1. How We Choose Our Food and How Our Food Chooses Us
  2. Elise Leimomi Dela Cruz-Talbert
  3. pp. 153-162
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  1. Fishponds, Food, and the Future in Our Past
  2. Hi‘ilei Kawelo
  3. pp. 163-170
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  1. Huaka‘i: Finding Your Position and Tour Way
  2. pp. 171-172
  1. Sailing the Ancestral Bridges of Oceanic Knowledge
  2. Bonnie Kahape‘a-Tanner
  3. pp. 173-180
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  1. Micronesian Diaspora(s)
  2. Emelihter Kihleng
  3. pp. 181-187
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  1. Decolonization and Public Education in Hawai‘i
  2. Tina Grandinetti
  3. pp. 188-196
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  1. Alternative Economies for Alternative Futures
  2. Dean Itsuji Saranillio
  3. pp. 197-206
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  1. Backyard Kuleana
  2. Keone Kealoha
  3. pp. 207-215
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  1. My Journey as an Ally for Social Justice
  2. Eri Oura
  3. pp. 216-223
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  1. Cultivating Foresight and Empowerment
  2. Aubrey Morgan Yee
  3. pp. 224-232
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  1. Pu‘uhonua: Creating Safe and Sacred Spaces
  2. pp. 233-234
  1. TransFARMation
  2. Cheryse Julitta Kauikeolani Sana
  3. pp. 235-240
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  1. Te Lumanaki o Tokelau i Hawai‘i
  2. Sania Fa‘amaile Betty P. Ickes
  3. pp. 241-249
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  1. The Second Gift
  2. Brandy Nälani McDougall
  3. pp. 250-253
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  1. Achieving Social and Health Equity in Hawai‘i
  2. Joseph Keawe‘aimoku Kaholokula
  3. pp. 254-264
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  1. Praying for Mendedness
  2. Jeffrey Tangonan Acido
  3. pp. 265-271
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  1. Eve
  2. Darlene Rodrigues
  3. pp. 272-273
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  1. Pu‘uhonua, Creating Places of Healing
  2. Mark Patterson
  3. pp. 274-279
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  1. He Welo
  2. Hāwane Rios
  3. pp. 280-288
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  1. Aloha
  2. pp. 289-290
  1. Defending Hawai‘i Without Machine Guns
  2. James Koshiba
  3. pp. 291-298
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  1. Ceremony
  2. No‘u Revilla
  3. pp. 299-300
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 301-314
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  1. Back Cover
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