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Native Land and Foreign Desires: Pehea Lā E Pono Ai? How Shall We Live in Harmony?

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Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. In the end, everything and everyone goes back to the aina (land). Have a good read. It's the truth about what happened in Hawaii over a hundred years ago and why Hawaiians still struggle in the aftermath of greed.
Paperback, 424 pages
Published December 1st 1992 by Bishop Museum Press (first published March 1992)
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Lilikalā Kame'eleihiwa is an associate professor at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa's Center for Hawaiian Studies. Her earliest work was published under the name of Lilikala L. Dorton. She is a writer, translator, historian, activist and artist fluent in Hawaiian.
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