Kawaiahao Church Iwi; Niihau Dialect; Ex-Governors Fear For Hawaii's Future; Truman’s Aloha Shirts; Presidential Ties to Hawaii
Kawaiahao Church Iwi
A major development in a decade long dispute over iwi at Kawaiahao Church. Remains of some 600 sets of remains or iwi that were dug up during construction of a church hall remain in the basement - but for how much longer?
February is National Indigenous language month and here in the islands we honor the Hawaiian language - Olelo Hawaii. HPR’s Kuuwehi Hiraishi joins us with a look at this lesser known dialect.
Ex-Governors Fear For Hawaii's Future
Our reality check today with Honolulu Civil Beat has a story centering around fears for the future through the eyes of four Hawaii Governors. Political and opinion editor Chad Blair joins us this morning.
Read the full story here.
Truman’s Aloha Shirts
Kristen Stalling is the Museum Curator of the Harry S. Truman National Historic Site in Independence, Missouri, which includes the home he shared with his wife, Bess. It includes over 60 sport shirts - four of them aloha shirts from Hawaii manufacturers. She spoke with The Conversation’s Jason Ubay about the collection.
Presidential Ties to Hawaii
Earlier, we heard about President Truman’s fondness for Aloha shirts. We continue to explore Presidential ties to Hawaii. Pearl Harbor’s chief historian Daniel Martinez visited the Truman museum and was surprised to learn of that Hawaii connection.