ʻAha Kāne 2012- Haʻi ʻŌlelo

ʻAha Kāne 2012- Haʻi ʻŌlelo

The art of oration is rooted in our ancient traditions and was a skill perpetuated by the ali‘i and kahuna classes. Ha‘i‘ōlelo was cultivated in the royal courts and used in public to recount our history and legends, and as a means to communicate with the multitudes concerning current events and/or issues important to the lāhui.

Presenters: Hiapokeikikāne Perreira, Kalani Akana & Earl Kawa‘a

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