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www.hcchonolulu.org

Pelekikena: Anita Naone


www.hcchonolulu.org

Immediate Past President: Anita Naone


www.hcchonolulu.org [cached]

Anita Naone
Immediate Past President Anita Naone President


kenconklin.org [cached]

Anita "Kaanapu" Naone, president of the Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu, observed, "Many people don't realize that princess (Pauahi) was a woman who stepped up to the plate to take on challenges.
She had the fortitude to think ahead for her people, and obviously education was first." After the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy, Naone said her grandparents were prohibited from speaking Hawaiian in public. Because of that, her parents did not speak Hawaiian to their children.


www.honoluluadvertiser.com [cached]

Anita "Kaanapu" Naone, president of the Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu, observed, "Many people don't realize that princess (Pauahi) was a woman who stepped up to the plate to take on challenges.She had the fortitude to think ahead for her people, and obviously education was first."After the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy, Naone said her grandparents were prohibited from speaking Hawaiian in public.Because of that, her parents did not speak Hawaiian to their children.But events, such as last night's pule, represent a renaissance of awareness that shows "we want to save the entitlement and benefits for our future generation," Naone said.


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