like this,” says Kanu O Ka `Aina Principal Ku Kahakalau. “We come to perpetuate the culture,” explains Kai Marshall, a student at the school. “It’s always been a great thing. The whole school gets into it. We choose our best to come over.”

For Ilima Ho-Lastimosa of God’s Country Waimanalo, there’s no place like Molokai. “It’s more traditional and meaningful here. In Honolulu, it’s just going through the motions,” she says.


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