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Libraries for Lāhui ʻŌiwi: The value of libraries for strengthening the capacities and protection of Native Indigenous Peoples and Cultures

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Title:Libraries for Lāhui ʻŌiwi: The value of libraries for strengthening the capacities and protection of Native Indigenous Peoples and Cultures
Authors:Holt, Gabrielle
Niheu, Kealiʻikauila
Date Issued:2015
Description:Utilizing LIS and Native Indigenous Practices for curriculum and literacy development. With a focus Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) and Hawaiʻi (local) communities, librarians collaborate with teachers to create a culturally responsive curriculum.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/38537
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