Browsing All Posts published on »October, 2015«

The Beauty and Art of Hula, and the making of the Hawaiian Haku and Lei’s

October 26, 2015


The gathering of Flowers, Leaves and Ferns for adornment for the Hula Halau’s, Hula Dancers, Kumu, Chanters and Pa’u Riders is an ancient rich tradition in Hawaii. Decades of tradition, with months of planning by the Kumu (Teacher), Hula Dancers, Kupuna and Chanters to gather the flowers and plants in the forest, the teaching of […]

Hawaii’s State of Emergency for Homelessness

October 23, 2015


Hawaii’s Governor David Ige signed an Emergency Proclamation for Homelessness on Oct. 16, 2015, yet many Homeless programs and Agencies across the State Of Hawaii, including the U.S. Vets, the Veterans Affairs  and other Vendors are still denying services to myself and many Homeless Individuals. Will it just be more business as usual, sweeping  the […]

NO “LITTLE GRASS SHACK” or HALE (Home) for many Homeless Hawaiian’s

October 12, 2015


You won’t find any Hawaiian’s living along the sea shore or the Ewa Plains in their “LITTLE GRASS SHACK” or HALE (Home) anywhere in the Hawaiian Islands. The reality of the history here in the Hawaiian Islands is that not only were the Hawaiians forced out of their Land and “Shacks”, impeded of their Culture […]