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Peter Apo

Peter Apo: ‘We Are Hawaii and We Will Find a Way’ Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Peter Apo: ‘We Are Hawaii and We Will Find a Way’

Rather than consider the telescope as an injury to Mauna Kea, perhaps we can view this instrument as an extension of the spirituality directly connecting us to the stars.
Peter Apo: Mauna Kea Under Siege Courtesy TMT International Observatory

Peter Apo: Mauna Kea Under Siege

The Thirty Meter Telescope project is at a flash point. So how does one bridge the apex when science slams head on into culture?
Peter Apo: The Digital Nation of Hawaii Kanani Souza

Peter Apo: The Digital Nation of Hawaii

The resurgence of Hawaiian identity of the past 40 years has prepared Hawaiian culture for Internet-driven visibility on the world stage.
Peter Apo: Why Does the Office of Hawaiian Affairs Exist? Civil Beat

Peter Apo: Why Does the Office of Hawaiian Affairs Exist?

OHA is a well-funded agency with a big and often misunderstood mission on behalf of Native Hawaiians.
Peter Apo: The Hawaiians — Building a Nation and the Road Ahead PF Bentley/Civil Beat

Peter Apo: The Hawaiians — Building a Nation and the Road Ahead

The time has come to begin answering the difficult questions about what comes next.
Peter Apo: The Hawaiians — a ‘Divided People’ Courtesy of OHA

Peter Apo: The Hawaiians — a ‘Divided People’

Both Hawaiians and non-Hawaiians need to work on making Hawaii whole.