Rappresenta gli interessi del popolo indigeno delle Hawai'i. Il museo venne aperto nel 1889.
The Edith Kanaka'ole Foundation is an indigenous Hawaiian cultural and family based organization established as a memorial to the Works, Ideals and Philosophy of the late Luka Kanaka‘ole and Edith Kekuhi Kanaele Kanaka‘ole.
Ke Ola Magazine, the only lifestyle publication on the Big Island, gives
readers a full-color, glossy view of the lives of local people.
Na Makua is our line of casual Hawaiian wear by father and son designers, Nelson and Kainoa Makua.
Nā Wai Iwi Ola was founded to perpetuate the Hawaiian culture and practices through Hula protocol, the use and study of the Hawaiian language, and Hawaiian culture and traditions.
Mission Statement: We are here to share the knowledge and values of the
hawaiian people through art, by honoring the plants of the islands, and
providing a unique experience that is enhanced by teaching the symbolism
of the hawaiian name of the plant, and giving insight to other aspects
of our lifestyle...