Hoʻokipa: Hawaiian Language Movement Visitation Program

Hoʻokipa: Hawaiian Language Movement Visitation Program

The Hawaiian Language movement has become a model for many budding indigenous language revitalization and normalization efforts nationally and even internationally. The program in Hilo, Hawaiʻi hosts hundreds of language advocates annually at various events and gatherings. For more information, visit mokuolahonua.com/visitation-program.

Originally posted on Mokuola Honua: Global Center for Indigenous Language Excellence.

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