5 edition of On being Hawaiian found in the catalog.
On being Hawaiian
John Holt (undifferentiated)
February 1995 by Booklines Hawaii Ltd .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
“I accept my responsibilities and Reason for Being, and I will be held accountable.” ‘IKE LOA--The value of learning. To know well. To seek knowledge and wisdom. We Are Here To Learn, Grow and Expand into Greater Aloha/Love/Harmony as We Walk Up the Mountain of Life. HA‘AHA‘A--The value of humility. Be humble, be modest, and open your. Many Hawaiian elders have told of being punished for speaking Hawaiian at school. Hawaiian language would not be heard in schools for the next four generations. In the late 's and early 's, a resurgence in cultural pride and identity led to a significant increase in the interest in and the practice of the Hawaiian culture.
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Being Hawaiian is her second book with Watermark Publishing. No Footprints in the Sand: A Memoir of Kalaupapa, which she co-wrote with Henry Nalaielua, was released in November Product details/5(3).
She recalls her earliest days at the airline, the late ’70s, when she danced hula as part of a sales promotional team that flew all over the world, at a time when the airline itself only flew interisland.
“A huge part of our identity was being Hawaiian and representing Hawai‘i,” she says. On being Hawaiian Unknown Binding – January 1, by John Dominis Holt (Author) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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On being Hawaiian John Dominis Holt Snippet view - In The Heart of Being Hawaiian, author Sally-Jo Keala-o-Anuenue Bowman presents a collection of essays, articles and profiles exploring today's Hawaiian people, their culture and practices in an attempt to answer the question, What does "being Hawaiian" mean today and how do we appreciate the culture?The selection of works included range in subject from lua (Hawaiian martial arts), lomilomi Brand: Watermark Publishing.
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Men of Hawaii: Being a Biographical Reference Library, Complete and Authentic, of the Men of Note and Substantial Achievement in the Hawaiian Islands, Volume 2 John William Siddall Honolulu Star-Bulletin, - Hawaii - pages. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: This short, illustrated volume was prepared by Native Hawaiian writer John Dominis Holt, whose vantage point into this subject comes from his background as the child of high ranking peoples in both Europe and the Pacific.
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The Cost of Being Hawaiian: Defending Our Identity. Meet the author: Christopher Ikaika Molina. A beautiful Polynesian woman sways her hips from side to side, a flower adorning her ear as her hands glide across her body in harmony with the music.
She looks like a photograph come to life. Kneeling beside her is a brawny, dark, and handsome man. Hawaiian Dick was a comic book created by writer B. Clay Moore and artist Steven Michael Griffin, and published by Image first Hawaiian Dick mini-series hit comic shops in Decemberand was subsequently followed in late by a second four issue mini-series called Hawaiian Dick: the Last second series ran into numerous publication delays, but was completed in July Created by: B.
Clay Moore, Steven Michael Griffin. Inhis essay "On Being Hawaiian" inspired the rise of the Second Hawaiian Renaissance movement. Holt brought pride back to the Hawaiian self-identity after decades of shame and negative stereotypes.
Through his writings, Hawaii saw a revival in traditional Hawaiian culture, art and language. Below is an excerpt from this essay:Alma mater: Columbia University. Natural history of Hawaii, being an account of the Hawaiian people, the geology and geography of the islands, and the native and introduced plants and animals of the group, By.
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In many Eastern religions God is referred to as ``That.'' In the Book of Genesis the Hebrew prophet Moses stated that God said unto him: ``I am That I am.'' Ancient Egyptians worshiped Ra (pronounced La in modern Hawaiian) as the Supreme Spiritual Being behind the Sun.
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On being Hawaiian by John Dominis Holt; 1 edition; First published in On being Hawaiian | Open Library. Editors: v.J.W. Siddall; v., George F. Nellist. Vol. 3 issued under title: The Story of Hawaii and its builders, with which is incorporated volume III Men of Hawaii (cover title: Builders of Hawaii) Vol.
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