Day 223: sinking bodies / Jamaica Heolimeleikalani Osorio A Hawaiian geography or a geography of Hawaii? / Carlos Andrade Save the Hawaiian, eat the pig / Wendell Kekailoa Perry Paa ke kahua / Dana Naone Hall How pono prevailed in Palaa / Carlos Andrade Iwi leadership and aina / Kamanamaikalani Beamer Indigenizing management of Kamehameha Schools' land legacy / Neil J. Hannahs O Koholalele, he aina, he kanaka he ia nui nona ka i: remembering knowledge of place at Koholalele, Hamakua, Hawaii / Leon Noeau Peralto Keia aina: the center of our work / Kaiwipuni Lipe Crossing the Pali / Dana Naone Hall.
Articles, poetry, and art on the connection of the Hawaiians to the land.
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Print version: I ulu i ka aina = Land. Honolulu : Hawaiinuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge,  Hawaiinuiakea ; no. 2