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.
Why do you ask WHY WOULD ANYONE TRY TO DO THIS? To put on
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!
Did you know that Bank of Hawaii will add Hawaiian Language to their Bank Machines.
I'd love to hear my grandchildren and their children 'Olelo Hawai'i like they're singing! Our Hawaiian Language is so awesome. yet the outsiders wanna put a stopper on it...I ask, why stomp the language? In other words, Why stomp what's not yours? In fact, I wish they'll install Hawaiian Language in all Bank of Hawaii Machines as one wahine stated, that would be awesome!
No kēia hanauna, a no ka hanauna e hiki mai ana. No kākou kēia kuleana ʻo ka hoʻōla ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi mai kekahi pae a i kekahi pae o kēia mau mokupuni i aloha nui ʻia.
Eō e Halena ē! I mua!
I am not of Hawaiian ancestry per se, however, I was born and raised in Honolulu, all my education is from Hawaiian schools, it would be a shame that the Hawaiian language and culture would somehow die out. I loved learning to speak Hawaiian and play the ukulele when I was little and of course the food. I don't live in Hawaii anymore, but it will always be home.
Michelle, I want you to produce your birth certificate! LOL..
Hawaiian Culture is Hawaiian Lanquaqe to preserve, perpetuate, educate is Hawaiian Lanquaqe its our first lanquaqe. Its our ancestoral lanquaqe more then official lanquaqe.
Mahalo uncle. So much mana`o. Ai, `Olelo ke pu`uwai.
Please preserve Hawaiian language and culture for the future of our grandchildren..Mahalo.
I am of the Hawaiian ancestry and of the African american ancestry. We should continue to keep it's language, custom, and culture etc. You don't just delete who you are?
'When a people fall into slavery, as long as they hold to their language, it's as though they hold the key to their prison; -rough translation of Alphonse Daudet.
e ola e na olelo o hawai'i,
I love all Hawaiians no matter I havent met before.