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Jessica Oyadomari
Jessica Oyadomari

Why would anyone try to do this? I was born & raised in Hawaii is also part hawaiian. No matter what happens the Hawaiian Culture will be kept alive.

Rory Alcalá
Rory Alcalá
  • Jessica Oyadomari

Why do you ask WHY WOULD ANYONE TRY TO DO THIS? To put on

Rory Alcalá
Rory Alcalá
  • Jessica Oyadomari

To be recognized as a separate culture from the American culture that it shares its statehood with. Hawai'ian culture and language must be recognized by the world as its own culture having its own traditions, not just assumed, but federally, and worldwide recognition!

Frank Chang
Frank Chang

The Hawaiian language has hidden and spiritual meanings... It's not just a form communication, it's an exchange of mana, feeling and aloha within the ohana.

Nitz Bughaw
Nitz Bughaw

MABUHAY! I'm a Fiilipina and I agree with this cause..... more Power...

Patty Perkins
Patty Perkins

Please preserve Hawaiian language and culture for the future of our grandchildren..Mahalo.

Kaewaokalani Germano
Kaewaokalani Germano

Yes, it is correct we must support ours ʻŌlelo (Language) and Culture. But we must educate ours people and ours opio to know the truth of ours history. We much bring the history forward and make it pono today.

Kalei Kim
Kalei Kim

If you talk to your family and friends working in the immersion schools they will tell you what a nightmare the current situation is without a Hawaiian assessment written by Hawaiians living in Hawai'i. Having Hawaiian still be an official language (as it should be, it is Hawai'i after all) means it should get official treatment. As schools are allowed to be in Hawaiian, it makes sense for the state to allow a Hawaiian language assessment that is not written by an out of state agency the state has contracted with.

Paul Kaleolani Perry
Paul Kaleolani Perry

For our people, our younger generations to learn and to keep strong, the language that is what our native Hawaiians would want us to do, our ancestral language that was and is Hawaiian and it is always to keep it alive and it will live on.To keep learning the Hawaiian ways, Education is most Important to keep the Hawaiian language in our Schools and in Colleges.....

Stuart Kalehua Featheran

Mahalo for the oppurtunity! Ho'omana'o ka olelo Hawaii aka Mai Poina to matou orero Matuahine Remember the Hawaiian language but don't forget your mother tongue.... Te Orero Matuahine Kawika Kapahulehu Captain of Hokule'a 1976 Hawai'i to Tahith and back.....

Johnny Jackson
Johnny Jackson

Aloha, Please support this Cause! We must keep our culture alive! Don't let it die!

Kuuleilani Weathington
Kuuleilani Weathington

ALOHA FAMILY & FRIENDS: If you all know me most intimately; my love for God and Christ Jesus will always be my #1; then OHANA & FRIENDS and My HAWAIIAN CULTURE. I do truly appreciate when others find the love of HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE and want to "BREATHE HAWAIIAN CULTURE". This legacy lives on no matter who passes it on. God is fluent in HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE; kukakuka ka olelo HAWAII me ke Akua; he will answer! hui hou malama pono.

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