Santos Perez, Craig
Without Kuʻu is a collection of poems that speaks on multiracial Hawaiian identity from the diaspora. This collection acts as a ceremonial eight strand braid that goes through the different stages of one wahine's experience with diaspora and returning to Hawaiʻi and (re)connecting to Hawaiian culture and history.
Creative writing, diaspora, Indigenous resistance, Kanaka Maoli literature, poetry
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