Hawaiian Stories and Traditional Teachings (National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center )


This on-demand webinar is lead by Kuualoha Hoomanawanui. Hoomanawanui is a scholar, poet, artist, and mālama ‘āina advocate. She is an Associate Professor of Hawaiian literature, specializing in traditional Hawaiian literature (including folklore and mythology), Oceanic (Pacific) literature, and indigenous perspectives on literacy.

Watch this on-demand webinar – visuals begin around the 6:00 mark.


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