Nū Hou

  • Hawaii Storytellers Event Mo‘olelo

    You may have missed our Hawaii Storytellers event, but you don't want to miss this beautiful moʻolelo...

  • Ka Piko O Waialua

    Mahalo to KITV for this beautiful story about Kamehameha Schools & Aha Kane’s “A Healer in Every Home” series here in Waialua! Be watching our website & social media for more workshops!...

  • Māhū

    Walking the line between Kū and Hina. Historically, māhū or transgender males, assumed key roles in ancient Hawaiian society, often esteemed for their skills in oration, healing, and various other traditions....

  • ‘Ai Kūpele – ‘Ohana Hoe

    When sickness was detected within the body certain foods were eliminated or prepared in a certain fashion to assist in the healing process....

  • Dressing Pig, Chicken and Fish for the imu

    Our kupuna used every part of an animal they slaughtered. Take part in this demonstration as the Hoe family shares their knowledge of cleaning pig, chicken and fish for edible consumption....

  • Kekuewa Kikiloi Keynote

    Hawaiians believe in a life forces that existed in all forms of life. This life form is called Mana, it is acquired from out ancestors and gained through out ones life.Kekuewa Kikiloi presents on Mana in Hawai‘i....

  • Hawaiian Leadership in Politics Panel Part I

    Ho‘okahi e pō‘ino,pau pu i ka pō‘ino. One meets misfortune, all meet misfortune. (Said of those who are important to the community—...”)....

  • Hawaiian Leadership in Politics Panel Part II

    Ho‘okahi e pō‘ino,pau pu i ka pō‘ino. One meets misfortune,all meet misfortune. (Said of those who are important to the community—...”)....

  • Mo‘okū

    Members of the Hale Mua will highlight their experiences coming from the lineage of Kū philosophies....

  • Lua as a Way of Life

    While lua has gained international attention because of the effectiveness of fierce ali‘i koa such as Kamehameha Pai‘ea, what does it mean to be a Hawaiian warrior?...

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