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In response to a need in the community for access to historical Hawaiian knowledge, Awaiaulu assembled primary source documents, articles from the newspapers, and produced material to understand detail of two events in Hawaiian history. This was called Kīpapa.
Nā Hunahuna o ka Moʻolelo Hawaiʻi
Awaiaulu provides a mentorship training in translation that progresses in 2-year phases. Upon completion of a training phase, trainees can go on to train as trainers and then as mentors.
Mānoa Heritage Center (MHC) will partner with three organizations and institutions, Awaiaulu, the Hawai i State Department of Education (HIDOE), and the University of Hawaii’s Uehiro Academy for Philosophy and Ethics in Education
Initial project is to translate the record book of the Kapiʻolani maternity home and the ʻAhahui Hoʻoulu a Hoʻōla Lāhui, which includes manuscript insertions, i.e. letters and reports
Ke Aupuni Mōʻī
Awaiaulu provides a mentorship training in translation that progresses in 2-year phases. Translation trainees from Phase I, Kalei Kawaʻa and Kamuela Yim, committed to a second phase as trainers-in-training.