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UH Hilo / HCC Hawai'i OLA Workshop

UH Hilo / HCC Hawai'i OLA Workshop

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FREE TRADE & CULTURAL GENOCIDE IN HAWAI‘I:

Addressing Hawaiian Linguicide through the Hawai‘i Official Languages Act
Seminar & Visioning workshop presented at

Hawai‘i Community College April 20, 2012

Michael E. Malulani K. Odegaard
B.A. UC IRVINE 1989, M.B.A. KELLER GSM 2004, CERT. HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE UH MĀNOA 2008

Saturday, April 21, 12

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Jamaica Osorio / Ittai Wong video: ʻKaona”   Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyC9xh9dO08   • Event: 1896 Lili‘uokalani imprisoned, hidden and isola
FREE TRADE & CULTURAL GENOCIDE IN HAWAI‘I:

Addressing Hawaiian Linguicide through the Hawai‘i Official Languages Act
Seminar & Visioning workshop presented at

Hawai‘i Community College April 20, 2012

Michael E. Malulani K. Odegaard
B.A. UC IRVINE 1989, M.B.A. KELLER GSM 2004, CERT. HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE UH MĀNOA 2008

Saturday, April 21, 12

1

Jamaica Osorio / Ittai Wong video: ʻKaona”   Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyC9xh9dO08   • Event: 1896 Lili‘uokalani imprisoned, hidden and isola

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FREE TRADE & CULTURAL GENOCIDE IN HAWAI‘I:
 
Addressing Hawaiian Linguicidethrough the Hawai‘i OfficialLanguages Act
Seminar & Visioning workshop presented at
Hawai
i Community CollegeApril 20, 2012
Michael E. Malulani K. Odegaard
B.A. UC IRVINE 1989, M.B.A. KELLER GSM 2004,
 
CERT. HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE UH M
Ā
NOA 2008
1Saturday, April 21, 12
Jamaica Osorio / Ittai Wong video:
ʻ
Kaona”
 
Source:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyC9xh9dO08
 
• Event: 1896 Lili‘uokalani imprisoned, hidden and isolated from Hawaiian public life• Result: Today after four generations, history and selves lost, time to uncover• Conclusion: “Without language we have nothing; we must see to it that our language
 
survives”
 
• Reflection: As one of the “pillars” of nationalism, language was one of the keyelements of the political philosophy that justified the modern nation state, thereforeHawaiian language had to be hidden (or obliterated).
 
E Ho
onu
ukia K
ā
kou!:
 
Ke Kai
ā
ulu Hou ‘o
Ā
nuenue
2Saturday, April 21, 12Malulani’s personal background moving to Honolulu in 2007 to study
ʻō
lelo Hawai
ʻ
i at UH M
ā
noa and assisting K
ē
hau Llanos’second grade class at Ke Kula Kai
ā
puna
ʻ
o
Ā
nuenue.
 
Hawaiian Community Design:
 
Ho‘ol
ā
l
ā
Kai
ā
ulu Hawai‘i ‘ana
 Na wai
ke kuleana e m
ā 
lama
i kahi? 
 Ho‘okahi 
 
(a he ‘elua paha k 
ā
naka)
a i ‘ole,
 
 – 
...
i n
ā 
ā 
naka a pau?
 
PONO
‘ 
Ī
 LEHULEHU 
3Saturday, April 21, 12Maluani invited to teach 12-hour seminar on Community Design as part of standard 2nd grade introduction to concepts of“community.” Introduced concepts of public and private ownership in terms of “responsibility to protect”: one or two person (pono
ʻī
)vs. many/all (lehulehu). (Hawaiian language curriculum may be downloaded from http://www.scribd.com/doc/22538001/Ka-Hana-‘ana-i-n
ā
-Wahi-Palekana-no-n
ā
-Keiki-e-P
ā
‘ani-ai )

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