The Hoʻokahua Project of Office of the Chancellor at the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo and Kīpuka Native Hawaiian Student Center, will be hosting E Nihi Kahele: Maintaining Kapu Aloha for Mauna Kea presentation on the UH Hilo campus on Thursday, April 9, 5–8 p.m. at the University Classroom Building, room 100.
The event is free and open to the UH community and the general public.
- Manulani Aluli Meyer, Moʻokapu, UH Hilo Kanilehua Visiting Scholar
- Luana Busby-Neff, Molokai, Hawaiian Force, PKO, Moʻopapa
- Ngahiraka Mason, Aotearoa, Tuhoe, Senior Curator Maori Art
A discussion on understanding mauna, culture and intention throughout moana-nui-akea. A hui wānana to explore insights, practices and clarity for these times.
“Come to understand the focus of our kapu aloha—a synonym for ahimsa. Because of the needs of our time, and the distortion of stories flying around the globe, come to listen to what is really happening to those who have been dedicated to aloha ʻāina our whole lives and who are now lending this focus to Maunakea,” said Manulani Aluli Meyer.
For more information on this presentation, contact Kīpuka at (808) 932-7418. For disability accommodation contact Darlene Iokepa at (808) 932-7418 (V), 932-7002 (TTY).
Updates to this story
- “PHOTO ESSAY: Concerns about TMT voiced at BOR meeting,” April 16
- Commentary by Manulani Aluli Meyer: “Kapu Aloha for Maunakea, a discipline of compassion,” April 13