search logo

Ala  'Ōiwi co-editors Travis Chai Andrade and Lehua Waianuhea share more about their vision and hope for their senior legacy project.

Ala  'ōiwi - An Anthology of  'ōiwi perspectives

Aug. 7, 2020

Contributed by Shaundor Chillingworth

The video below will share more about Ala ʻŌiwi, an exceptional example of ʻŌiwi Edge teaching and learning.

Supported by our Kula Kiʻekiʻe staff and kumu, Ala ʻŌiwi evolved from a 10th grade exploration project presentation to an anthology exploring Hawaiian identity filled with the voices and creative works of Kamehameha Hawaiʻi haumāna and alumni.

Hear co-editors Travis Chai Andrade and Lehua Waianuhea talk about their vision and inspiration for this undertaking and their hopes for the future of Ala ʻŌiwi!

Inspired by a 10th grade project from Ms. Corrine Kanno, Lehua and Travis came up with the idea of the Ala ʻŌiwi journal.

The culmination of their work was a printed journal capturing the voices of dozens of students and alumni of Kamehameha Hawaiʻi.

ks hawaii,hawaii campus,world-class education,native hawaiian identity,sp2020 goal 1,imua kamehameha

Kaipuolono Article, Hawaii Newsroom, KS Hawaii Home, Hawaii Elementary School, Hawaii Middle School, Hawaii High School, Newsroom, Campus Programs, Hawaii

Print with photos Print text only