DVD Na Waiwai Hawaii: Treasured Values of Hawaii, Part 1


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Na Maka o Ka Aina
Format: DVD; 20 minutes

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Na Waiwai Hawai’i – Part One Treasured Values of Hawai’i

The Hawaiian word waiwai denotes something valued or treasured, true wealth. This program explores the concepts of aloha ‘aina (love for the land), kokua (helpfulness), ‘ohana (family), and thinking “island.” Featuring Lani Kapuni, Lilia Hale, Clyde Aikau, Nainoa Thompson, Eric Enos, Sam Ka’ai, John Dominis Holt, Marion Kelly, Violet Hughes, and Keoki Fukumitsu.

Originally produced for the school children of Hawai’i.