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Nonprofit Will Use Grant To Create Savings Accounts For Native Hawaiian Families Courtesy: Partners in Development Foundation

Nonprofit Will Use Grant To Create Savings Accounts For Native Hawaiian Families

Partners in Development Foundation is teaming up with American Savings Bank to help families better prepare and pay for children's educational needs.
Lanai School Gets Hawaiian Immersion Classroom Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Lanai School Gets Hawaiian Immersion Classroom

The creation of a Hawaiian language immersion program comes seven years after a Lanai mother filed a lawsuit against the DOE.
Hawaiian Homesteaders Are First To Get Pandemic Relief Funds To Help Pay The Mortgage Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Hawaiian Homesteaders Are First To Get Pandemic Relief Funds To Help Pay The Mortgage

The $5 million mortgage relief program is the latest effort by the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands to help people struggling to pay their bills.
Peter Apo: Hawaiians Must Agree On The Meaning Of Sovereignty To Achieve It Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2016

Peter Apo: Hawaiians Must Agree On The Meaning Of Sovereignty To Achieve It

The successful pursuit of Hawaiian sovereignty will take extraordinary leadership and considerable financial resources.
Trisha Kehaulani Watson: Why Hawaii’s Best Future Is Female Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2019

Trisha Kehaulani Watson: Why Hawaii’s Best Future Is Female

Women have been on the front lines of Hawaiian marches for decades. Now they are increasingly emerging as community leaders.
Here’s How Native Hawaiian Groups Are Using $38 Million In Federal Funds Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Here’s How Native Hawaiian Groups Are Using $38 Million In Federal Funds

Native Hawaiians have been hit hard by the latest surge in the coronavirus and still have among the lowest vaccination rates.
Peter Apo: How To Build A Virtual Hawaiian Nation Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2019

Peter Apo: How To Build A Virtual Hawaiian Nation

There is a vast network of outstanding Hawaiian organizations. What's missing is leadership.
A Local Hawaiian Studies Program Went Online And Its Popularity Soared On The Mainland Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

A Local Hawaiian Studies Program Went Online And Its Popularity Soared On The Mainland

The Windward Community College program's success was largely due to Native Hawaiians eager for more connection with their homeland.
Celebrating Prince Kuhio’s Legacy In Washington With A Call To Do More For Hawaiians Nick Grube/Civil Beat/2021

Celebrating Prince Kuhio’s Legacy In Washington With A Call To Do More For Hawaiians

One hundred years ago Kuhio was instrumental in securing more than 200,000 acres of trust land for Native Hawaiians. Today, much of that land remains uninhabited.