Ho'okuku a me Laulima: the Story of Taro

October 9, 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Honolulu Campus, Native Hawaiian Center Halau (Bldg. 20)

Honolulu CC Professors Kahale Saito and Tiani Akeo-Basques will lead a discussion of ho'okuku (competitiveness) and laulima (cooperation) in the context of the Hawaiian value system in relation to leadership, the story of haloa, and the cultivation of taro.

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Event Sponsor
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, Honolulu Campus

More Information
Lehua Rowland, 845-9205, lehuaj@hawaii.edu, Flyer (PDF)

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Wednesday, October 9

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