Kumuwaiwai: Online Resources for Students, Educators, and Parents
Ka`iwakiloumoku Hawaiian Cultural Center at the Kamehameha Schools – this web includes a wide range of resources: video showcase, kūpuna profiles, literary archive, and native plant garden.
Aha Pūnana Leo (the Language Nest) provides links to its innovative preschool programs, Honuakai voyaging and science exploration, Niuolahiki online language classes, Hi`i Pēpē infant program, `Āha`i `Ōlelo Ola news show, and Hale Kipa `oiwi effort for Hawaiian and Native American languages revitalization.
Alu Like – the goal of Alu Like is to help Native Hawaiians achieve social and economic self-sufficiency: early childhood, employment and training, family stability, high risk youth and elderly services. Alu Like sponsors extensive language resources, most easily searchable, including:
- Ulukau The Hawaiian Electronic Librfary
- Hawaiʻi Digital Library
- Hoʻoilina Journal (bilingual journal to preserve and disseminate 19th and 20th century Hawaiian language materials)
- Hoʻolaupai Hawaiian Language newspapers published between 1834 – 1948
- Baibala Hemolele Hawaiian bible
oha.org – Office of Hawaiian Affairs
kamakakoi.com – mostly maoli data/statistics and related OHA reports
kipukadatabase.com – maps old and new and related documents
naoiwiolino.com – KINE FM 105.1 interviews on a wide range of topics
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Mahalo to Dave Manu Bird for his suggestions