Sunday, November 01, 2009


You might have started to see them already – brand new UnKau Inoa shirts.

It’s the wearer’s way of saying, “I took my name off” of the Office of Hawaiian Affair’s phony Kau Inoa list.

Want to know where to get one? Visit UnKau and click on “Order UnKau Inoa T-Shirts.”

Send us a photo when you wear it to and we’ll add it to the others for everyone to see.

Show your UnKau vow now with an UnKau Inoa t-shirt.

Mahalo to all who let us know how much you enjoy “Understanding The Land,” our interview with Jerry Mauhili. Jerry’s message about the future of our `aina is both timely and inspiring. Don’t miss it this week on Hawai`i’s award winning Voices Of Truth – One-On-One With Hawai`i's Future.

MONDAY, November 2nd At 6:30 PM Maui – Akaku, Channel 53
MONDAY, November 2nd At 7:00 PM & FRIDAY, November 6th At 5:30 PM Hawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 53
THURSDAY, November 5th At 8:30 PM & FRIDAY, November 6th At 8:30 AM - Kaua`i – Ho`ike, Channel 52
SATURDAY, November 7th At 8:00 PM O`ahu, `Olelo, Channel 53
“Understanding The Land – A Visit With Jerryl Mauhili”

How do you create sustainability to survive only from the land? Hamakua resident and third generation Hawaiian homesteader Jerryl Mauhili shows us how cultural practices from the past can lead to food sovereignty today. Passing his specialized knowledge on to younger generations, he plants for today, but harvests for the future – Watch It Here

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