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Towards Living Mālama ‘Āina: Acting Upon Kuleana Through ‘Ohana, Education, and Wellbeing
|Title:||Towards Living Mālama ‘Āina: Acting Upon Kuleana Through ‘Ohana, Education, and Wellbeing|
|Keywords:||Malama, Aina, Kuleana, Education, Ohana|
|Issue Date:||16 Apr 2015|
|Abstract:||What do you see when you put on your mālama ʻāina lens? I see that we are survivors. I feel loved and nourished. I see that our culture is awesome! I see a thriving and resilient people interdependent on one another and our ʻāina. This presentation will focus on a critical practice needed throughout today's education system and within our everyday lives: Mālama ʻĀina--to care for, to protect, and to ensure the continuity of all that feeds and sustains us. I will share my journey through education and how looking through a mālama ʻāina lens has the power to transform our communities, our treasured places, and the future of our people through aloha.|
|Description:||Summer Maunakea, an accomplished scholar from the School of Hawaiian Knowledge at the University of Hawai`i Manoa shares her story. The title of Summer’s presentation is “Towards Living Mālama ʻĀina: Acting upon Kuleana through ʻOhana, Education, & Wellbeing.”|
|Appears in Collections:||Huliko‘a Kaiāulu Scholar Speaker Series|
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