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Puʻuhonua o Puʻuhuluhulu University: He Kīpuka Aloha ʻĀina no ka ʻImi Naʻauao
|Title:||Puʻuhonua o Puʻuhuluhulu University: He Kīpuka Aloha ʻĀina no ka ʻImi Naʻauao|
|Authors:||Ah Mook Sang, Presley Keʻalaanuhea|
|LC Subject Headings:||SOCIAL SCIENCE / Regional Studies|
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Indigeneous Studies
HISTORY / Oceania
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General
|Publisher:||Honolulu: University of Hawaiʻi Press and the Center for Biographical Research|
|Description:||Puʻuhonua o Puʻuhuluhulu University is an educational endeavor founded in July 2019 amid the occupation in protection of Maunakea at Puʻuhonua of Puʻuhuluhulu following the arrests of thirty-eight kūpuna (elders). As an actual place of Hawaiian learning, this university allows and encourages individuals of our kaiāulu (community) to take ownership of the ʻike (knowledge) they possess and transfer these knowledge systems to the lāhui (nation). This essay focuses on moʻokūʻauhau (genealogy) of this Hawaiian institution and the potential of this kīpuka aloha ʻāina (Hawaiian place of learning) to reestablish the narrative in regards to education in Hawaiʻi.|
|Rights:||CC BY-NC-ND 4.0|
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IV. Emerging Futures|
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