Stereotyping Kanaka Maoli — A Stewing Deterrant

dc.contributor.author Baker, Kaipulaumakaniolono
dc.date.accessioned 2021-10-28T02:47:28Z
dc.date.available 2021-10-28T02:47:59Z
dc.date.issued 2017-09-22
dc.description.abstract For centuries indigenous peoples all across the world have been subject to cultural, spiritual, and corporeal genocide. Many dismiss this as a thing of the past, but the war against Colonialism persists today in the perpetuation of this genocide in the forms of stereotypes and other means of erasure. In this essay I explore how indigenous people around the globe, and more specifically Kanaka Maoli, are battling these forces. I look to our kūpuna, interview modern Kanaka scholars, and draw from the interpretations of imperial historians to construct a strong argument that will inspire Kanaka to strive for more than what the Colonialist would lead us to believe. This essay is a call to arms in a sense, meant to be heard by the masses of Kanaka Maoli, so that we may restore our mauli. E ola mau kānaka! Ola!
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10125/76658
dc.title Stereotyping Kanaka Maoli — A Stewing Deterrant
dc.type Article
prism.number 1
prism.volume 2
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