Thoughts on Recent Pele (lava) activities in Hawaii

In the fourth ʻŌiwi Stories from Puna video, we visit Kaimū and speak with Cultural Practitioner and Kumu Leialoha Kaleimamahu. She shows us her home in Kaimū and shares how the community in Kaimū chose to replant and rebuild after the last lava flow in the 80’s and 90’s. Leialoha reminds us to write down what we see and tell our experiences through mele. Our moʻolelo is what will be passed on to the next generation.

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              July 2018

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