Nearly half of all Native Hawaiians live outside Hawaii. But, as we discover in the new season of Offshore, Hawaiians carry the islands with them to far-flung places.
A group of Native Hawaiians traveled to California 181 years ago. Their descendants are still connected to the islands in surprising ways.
More than 100 Native Hawaiians fought in America’s bloodiest war. Finding out what happened to them is a near-impossible task.
Hawaiian musicians touring across America in the 1900s had an enormous — and often overlooked — impact on the development of blues and country music.
Hawaiians started moving to Las Vegas in the 1970s, and the community there continues to grow.
A few months ago we asked Native Hawaiian readers outside of Hawaii to tell us why they left the islands. Here’s what they had to say.