Mo‘olelo as a Navigational Process
Please join us on Thursday, September 15 from 3 pm to 4:30 pm via zoom for “Mo‘olelo as a Navigational Process.”
Keali‘i Kukahiko is a great-grandson of Makena, grandson of Nānākuli and Kahala, and now father and husband in Kea‘au on the Moku o Keawe. He is a lifelong learner who is committed to a mo‘olelo worthy of retelling to perfect strangers.
Keali’i will introduce mo‘olelo as a navigational process that reiterates a participatory praxis for strengthening the impact of P4 (practices, projects, programs and policies) across 4 depths of HĀ-BREATH: hanu (intrapersonal), ahe (interpersonal), aho (as a whole, group, etc.) and hāloa (sustainable community/ecosystem). HIDOE educational data will provide context for a critical discussion on the contemporary circumstances of Indigenous people in Hawai‘i, their total well-being, conditions that create and maintain school to prison pipelines, and what preemptive trauma informed P4 looks like today.Register here for access to the zoom link