Join us to hear from authors Lynette Paglinawan, Dennis Kauahi, Kalei Kanuha and artist Imaikalani Kalahele who are collectively carrying forward the ʻike of kūpuna such as Tūtū Mary Kawena Pukuʻi, Aunty Malia Craver, and Uncle Likeke Paglinawan.
Nānā I Ke Kumu Helu ʻEkolu, published by LT, is the third volume in a series of seminal publications first published by Hui Hānai in the early 1970s. “The book is intended for Hawaiian families, and those who work closely with Hawaiian families and communities, and underscores that the integration of Hawaiian and Western ways is both possible and essential for the health and wellbeing of families today, both in the islands and around the world. Most importantly, this volume sets forth the tradition and practice of hoʻoponopono as a distinctly Hawaiian tradition of healing that engages family members in setting things right and has the ability to restore balanced interpersonal relations.” Barbara Pope
This program is approved by the National Association of Social Workers - Hawai’i Chapter (Approval HI62792021-714) for up to 2.0 Social Work continuing education contact hour(s).
The Lili'uokalani Trust (NASWHI-CEP-3) has been designated an approved provider of social work continuing education contact hours by the National Association of Social Workers Hawai’i Chapter. The Lili'uokalani Trust maintains responsibility for the program.