KAHULUI, HI – The Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce invites the community to participate in a free, Virtual Talk Story session about Hālau Perseverance.
Learn how hālau hula cultural values can be applied to businesses and organizations to survive and thrive in the wake of a global pandemic. Join us online (Zoom): 10-11 am, Tuesday, Dec 15, 2020. Event is free but registration is required: http://go.hawaii.edu/3ev or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hālau Hula are pillars of Hawaiian culture, where cultural education, language, dance and storytelling thrive. Hālau have survived multiple disruptions throughout Hawaiʻi’s history including the deadly epidemics of 1848, being forced underground during the missionary era, World War II, and the advent of industrial tourism. How do hālau survive and thrive when the unthinkable happens? What can businesses learn from their traditional values, ethics and cultural passion to emerge whole after this pandemic?
Join us as we Talk Story, with kumu hula Keali’i Reichel, and Kauʻi Kanakaole to discuss cultural nurturance and endurance through a traditional hālau perspective.
About the Speakers:
ABOUT MNHCoC: The mission of the Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce is to promote and sustain our Hawaiian Culture, nurturing a strong community of Hawaiian Values and to enhance opportunities for success in business and education. Membership is open to anyone who believes business should be guided by traditional Hawaiian values that balance commerce, community, culture and the environment. For more information visit www.mnhcoc.org.
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