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Hawaii #heavenonearth #hawaii #maui #takemebackthere

Hawaii #heavenonearth #hawaii #maui #takemebackthere

0 0 5 minutes ago

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Hallo ihr lieben ❤️ eine neue Woche ist gestartet und langsam könnte ich wieder in den Urlaub 😂 ist ja kaum zu fassen. Das Bild ist auf Maui entstanden. Wir wollten einmal über den Wolken sein 🗻 natürlich haben wir nicht daran gedacht, dass es da oben ziemlich frostig sein kann 🙄 aber egal, da muss man durch. Euch einen schönen Tag 💕
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#overtheclouds #discover #hike #trip #maui #hawaii #travel #discovertheworld #arroundtheworld #meabovetheclouds #heaven #view #nature #naturelover #enjoyingthemoment #goodlife #beautiful #expectations #vacation #me #happy #tbt #photooftheday

Hallo ihr lieben ❤️ eine neue Woche ist gestartet und langsam könnte ich wieder in den Urlaub 😂 ist ja kaum zu fassen. Das Bild ist auf Maui entstanden. Wir wollten einmal über den Wolken sein 🗻 natürlich haben wir nicht daran gedacht, dass es da oben ziemlich frostig sein kann 🙄 aber egal, da muss man durch. Euch einen schönen Tag 💕
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#overtheclouds #discover #hike #trip #maui #hawaii #travel #discovertheworld #arroundtheworld #meabovetheclouds #heaven #view #nature #naturelover #enjoyingthemoment #goodlife #beautiful #expectations #vacation #me #happy #tbt #photooftheday

19 1 14 minutes ago
ここの夕陽はヤバすぎた。#sunset #lahaina #maui #hawaii #夕日 #ラハイナ #マウイ #マウイ島 #ハワイ

ここの夕陽はヤバすぎた。 #sunset #lahaina #maui #hawaii #夕日 #ラハイナ #マウイ #マウイ島 #ハワイ

6 0 16 minutes ago
🐢 🐢 🐢 🌈 #maui #beach #paia #hawaii #wildlife #marinelife #ocean #turtle #amazing #nature

🐢 🐢 🐢 🌈 #maui #beach #paia #hawaii #wildlife #marinelife #ocean #turtle #amazing #nature

20 1 18 minutes ago

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Whoever said Don't go chasing waterfalls has never seen this beauty. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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I still can't get over the waterfalls that @jakeofalltrades808 took us to! It was litterally the most amazing and memorable part of our trip to Hawaii! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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What's your favorite place to discover amazing waterfalls?
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#aloha #nature #waterfall #travel #hiking #wanderlust #photography #naturephotography #water #adventure #travelphotography #naturelovers #hike #mountains #love #landscape #chasingwaterfalls #outdoors #beautiful #explore #travelgram #maui #waterfallsofinstagram #hawaii #traveler #landscapephotography #waterfallphotography #nikon #nikonz6 #hawaiiunchained

Whoever said Don't go chasing waterfalls has never seen this beauty. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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I still can't get over the waterfalls that @jakeofalltrades808 took us to! It was litterally the most amazing and memorable part of our trip to Hawaii! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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#aloha #nature #waterfall #travel #hiking #wanderlust #photography #naturephotography #water #adventure #travelphotography #naturelovers #hike #mountains #love #landscape #chasingwaterfalls #outdoors #beautiful #explore #travelgram #maui #waterfallsofinstagram #hawaii #traveler #landscapephotography #waterfallphotography #nikon #nikonz6 #hawaiiunchained

22 1 22 minutes ago
Couldn’t sleep so I decided to learn a new song. Don’t know how this shit works so I couldn’t post the vid straight through, but yeah cool story bro. Anyways, I like this song “Take Me Down”  by Gary Clark Jr. Here’s a raw take on not hiding. Ok time to go to bed so I can get back to capitalism tomorrow. @maluhia_low this moment of vulnerability is dedicated to you. #maui #music #closetmusician #vulnerable #martinguitars #garyclarkjr #cantsleep #hawaiian #yessah #igisweird #socialmediaisweird #imweird #acoustic #raw #vegan #justkidding #keepdacountrycountry #paniolo

Couldn’t sleep so I decided to learn a new song. Don’t know how this shit works so I couldn’t post the vid straight through, but yeah cool story bro. Anyways, I like this song “Take Me Down” by Gary Clark Jr. Here’s a raw take on not hiding. Ok time to go to bed so I can get back to capitalism tomorrow. @maluhia_low this moment of vulnerability is dedicated to you. #maui #music #closetmusician #vulnerable #martinguitars #garyclarkjr #cantsleep #hawaiian #yessah #igisweird #socialmediaisweird #imweird #acoustic #raw #vegan #justkidding #keepdacountrycountry #paniolo

7 1 28 minutes ago
Maui Jim day @molsom2983 on Saturday 1st June. Come and view the full range and meet our new mascot! Are your eyes full protected when the sun comes out?
#maui #manchesterunited #sunglassess #protectivestyles #loveyoureyes #molsommole

Maui Jim day @molsom2983 on Saturday 1st June. Come and view the full range and meet our new mascot! Are your eyes full protected when the sun comes out?
#maui #manchesterunited #sunglassess #protectivestyles #loveyoureyes #molsommole

0 0 30 minutes ago
There is a simplicity that I crave. One plant. One cutting board. Two knives. One couch. One of me, one of you. Who are we? Mankind. So deep. So mysterious. Waiting. Thinking. Excited for the future because it’s so so good. So bright ❤️ #hawaii #travel #love #beach #nature #aloha #oahu #instagood #photography #ocean #hawaiilife #ハワイ #photooftheday #vacation #beautiful #sunset #travelphotography #travelgram #wanderlust #bigisland #summer #honolulu #sea #maui #adventure #hawaiistagram #surf #explore #waikiki #trip

There is a simplicity that I crave. One plant. One cutting board. Two knives. One couch. One of me, one of you. Who are we? Mankind. So deep. So mysterious. Waiting. Thinking. Excited for the future because it’s so so good. So bright ❤️ #hawaii #travel #love #beach #nature #aloha #oahu #instagood #photography #ocean #hawaiilife #ハワイ #photooftheday #vacation #beautiful #sunset #travelphotography #travelgram #wanderlust #bigisland #summer #honolulu #sea #maui #adventure #hawaiistagram #surf #explore #waikiki #trip

32 2 35 minutes ago
The magical view from above ... 😍#hawaii #maui #molokai #helicoptertour #vacation #view #nature #photography #colorful #ocean #coast #magical #beauty

The magical view from above ... 😍 #hawaii #maui #molokai #helicoptertour #vacation #view #nature #photography #colorful #ocean #coast #magical #beauty

13 1 37 minutes ago
今年も呑んでばかりの#三社祭#東京#浅草#japanese#traditional#festival
#hawaii#aloha#maui#nokaoi#japan

今年も呑んでばかりの #三社祭 #東京 #浅草 #japanese #traditional #festival
#hawaii #aloha #maui #nokaoi #japan

5 0 38 minutes ago
@copperhotstep repost 'The deliberate introduction of persons of Chinese ancestry into Island life was influenced by economic and political events that shaped U.S. history in the mid 19th century. The discovery of gold in California stimulated commercial activities and growth in Hawai'i. The Civil War in the United States resulted in an increased demand by the northern states for Hawaiian sugar when Louisiana sugar became scarce. The sugar industry increased from 10 plantations in 1858 to 22 plantations operating in 1861, and sugar farmers continued to request additions to the labor force. Since Captain Cass's expedition to China in 1852, only some 700 Chinese had immigrated to Hawai'i by 1864. At that time, King Kamehameha V recommended the establishment of a Board of Immigration to promote and to control more closely the importation of foreign labor. With sensitivity to criticism of "slave labor" and "coolie trade," the Hawaiian Government asserted its position that immigration was promoted for the primary purpose of population reinforcement. It recognized the recent trends of high mortality and depopulation in the Islands and the need for replenishment of the labor force. Dr. William Hillebrand was commissioned by the Kingdom of Hawai'i's Board of Immigration to obtain 500 additional workers from China. The effect of the imbalanced number of Chinese male immigrants on the composition of the population, with reports of prostitution and sexual perversion, concerned the legislators in the Hawaiian Kingdom. Hillebrand explained: "The fault has been in great measure with ourselves, inasmuch as no females were imported at the time, and no organization existed to control and direct the course of those who had served out their time."' From: 'The Chinese in Hawai'i: A Demographic and Historical Perspective' by Eleanor C. Nordyke #africanamericansarentafrican #africanamericansaintafrican #tumuraaau #tomoloo #tomol #williamhealeydall #peterderoo #leiomano #wakiki #honalulu #maui #hawaii #toyotomihideyoshi  #asianslavesincolonialmexico #asianslavesinmexico #angelisland

@copperhotstep repost 'The deliberate introduction of persons of Chinese ancestry into Island life was influenced by economic and political events that shaped U.S. history in the mid 19th century. The discovery of gold in California stimulated commercial activities and growth in Hawai'i. The Civil War in the United States resulted in an increased demand by the northern states for Hawaiian sugar when Louisiana sugar became scarce. The sugar industry increased from 10 plantations in 1858 to 22 plantations operating in 1861, and sugar farmers continued to request additions to the labor force. Since Captain Cass's expedition to China in 1852, only some 700 Chinese had immigrated to Hawai'i by 1864. At that time, King Kamehameha V recommended the establishment of a Board of Immigration to promote and to control more closely the importation of foreign labor. With sensitivity to criticism of "slave labor" and "coolie trade," the Hawaiian Government asserted its position that immigration was promoted for the primary purpose of population reinforcement. It recognized the recent trends of high mortality and depopulation in the Islands and the need for replenishment of the labor force. Dr. William Hillebrand was commissioned by the Kingdom of Hawai'i's Board of Immigration to obtain 500 additional workers from China. The effect of the imbalanced number of Chinese male immigrants on the composition of the population, with reports of prostitution and sexual perversion, concerned the legislators in the Hawaiian Kingdom. Hillebrand explained: "The fault has been in great measure with ourselves, inasmuch as no females were imported at the time, and no organization existed to control and direct the course of those who had served out their time."' From: 'The Chinese in Hawai'i: A Demographic and Historical Perspective' by Eleanor C. Nordyke #africanamericansarentafrican #africanamericansaintafrican #tumuraaau #tomoloo #tomol #williamhealeydall #peterderoo #leiomano #wakiki #honalulu #maui #hawaii #toyotomihideyoshi #asianslavesincolonialmexico #asianslavesinmexico #angelisland

2 0 41 minutes ago
The only thing I was obsessed with getting here in Maui. A higher end all koa concert uke with hand wound binding, and a really nice hard case. I'm absolutely in love and cant wait to play with it 🥰🌴🎶 #uke #ukulele #hawaii #maui #music #musician #singing #songwriting #koa #aloha #solucky #hawaiian #mele #nylon #loveit

The only thing I was obsessed with getting here in Maui. A higher end all koa concert uke with hand wound binding, and a really nice hard case. I'm absolutely in love and cant wait to play with it 🥰🌴🎶 #uke #ukulele #hawaii #maui #music #musician #singing #songwriting #koa #aloha #solucky #hawaiian #mele #nylon #loveit

14 0 44 minutes ago

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Good vibes and fun times at our first #OmiyageMarket pop-up this past weekend! Huge mahalos to @waimalushopping Center for hosting us, the vendors who worked hard all weekend (including our impeccable @VH07V crew), and all of the shoppers who came through and supported them/us! It was so nice to see new and familiar faces and get a preview of what it would be like if we said #wassupwaimalu and opened up shop in #Aiea. 😇 Exhausted, but excited! #findYOURaloha online at a7oha.com (link in profile)! #AlohaRevolution 🙃🤙🏼

Good vibes and fun times at our first #OmiyageMarket pop-up this past weekend! Huge mahalos to @waimalushopping Center for hosting us, the vendors who worked hard all weekend (including our impeccable @VH07V crew), and all of the shoppers who came through and supported them/us! It was so nice to see new and familiar faces and get a preview of what it would be like if we said #wassupwaimalu and opened up shop in #Aiea . 😇 Exhausted, but excited! #findYOURaloha online at a7oha.com (link in profile)! #AlohaRevolution 🙃🤙🏼

30 1 48 minutes ago
“Human beings, by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, can change the outer aspects of their lives” - 
William James

#quote #Maui #NoFilter #lawofattraction #success #win #dreambig #philosophy

“Human beings, by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, can change the outer aspects of their lives” -
William James

#quote #Maui #NoFilter #lawofattraction #success #win #dreambig #philosophy

10 0 49 minutes ago
@copperhotstep repost About 97 percent of Hawai'i's Blacks lived in Honolulu County in 1980. Elderly persons age 65 and over represented only 0.9 percent of the Black racial group, compared to 7.9 percent for this senior age group among the total population in 1980. There was no tabulation for in- and out-migration of Blacks in the Islands; but, as indicated above, it is probable that this population, most of which is associated with short military assignments in Hawai'i, contributed to the high rate of interstate migration from and to the U.S. Mainland. Although the Black civilian population in Hawai'i is small in number, it continues to make a significant contribution to the Island community. As attorneys, lawyers, and businessmen, Blacks have served as advisors to the Kingdom, Territory, and State of Hawai'i throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. They have participated in the state and county legislatures; they have been active in the medical, educational, and engineering professions; and they are recognized for achievement in musical, athletic, and many other areas of community service. It is expected that Blacks will have an expanding impact on life in the Islands in the future as their numbers increase to represent a broader segment of Hawaii's resident population.' From: 'Blacks in Hawai'i: A Demographic and Historical Perspective' by Eleanor C. Nordyke #africanamericansarentafrican #africanamericansaintafrican #tumuraaau #tomoloo #tomol #williamhealeydall #peterderoo #leiomano #wakiki #honalulu #maui #hawaii

@copperhotstep repost About 97 percent of Hawai'i's Blacks lived in Honolulu County in 1980. Elderly persons age 65 and over represented only 0.9 percent of the Black racial group, compared to 7.9 percent for this senior age group among the total population in 1980. There was no tabulation for in- and out-migration of Blacks in the Islands; but, as indicated above, it is probable that this population, most of which is associated with short military assignments in Hawai'i, contributed to the high rate of interstate migration from and to the U.S. Mainland. Although the Black civilian population in Hawai'i is small in number, it continues to make a significant contribution to the Island community. As attorneys, lawyers, and businessmen, Blacks have served as advisors to the Kingdom, Territory, and State of Hawai'i throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. They have participated in the state and county legislatures; they have been active in the medical, educational, and engineering professions; and they are recognized for achievement in musical, athletic, and many other areas of community service. It is expected that Blacks will have an expanding impact on life in the Islands in the future as their numbers increase to represent a broader segment of Hawaii's resident population.' From: 'Blacks in Hawai'i: A Demographic and Historical Perspective' by Eleanor C. Nordyke #africanamericansarentafrican #africanamericansaintafrican #tumuraaau #tomoloo #tomol #williamhealeydall #peterderoo #leiomano #wakiki #honalulu #maui #hawaii

2 0 51 minutes ago
@copperhotstep
Repost 'The ratio of children to women in 1980 was highest for Blacks, with 621 children per 1,000 Black women, compared with a State average of 339 children per 1,000 women (Table 4). The crudebirth rate of this group fell from 41.8 births per 1,000 population in i960 to 23.4 births per 1,000 Blacks in 1980, reflecting state and national trends toward reduced fertility. The total fertility rate, which measures the number of children the average woman bears in a lifetime, in 1980 was 2.6 children for Blacks, a figure significantly higher than the State total fertility rate of 1.8 children. Black women showed relatively high age-specific fertility rates for the age group 15-24, and they had one of the lowest levels of abortion among all ethnic groups, with a 1985 ratio of 18 abortions per 100 live births, compared with a State average ratio of 31 abortions per 100 live births (Table 4). The death rate of Blacks in Hawai'i was very low at 1.8 per 1,000 population in 1980, reflecting the young age of this group. Life expectancy in Hawai'i for the total population was highest in the nation in 1980 at 74.1 years for males and 80.3 years for females. However, life expectancy figures by racial group were not computed for Blacks in Hawai'i owing to the unreliability of information from the distorted age and sex composition of this small population.' From: 'Blacks in Hawai'i: A Demographic and Historical Perspective' by Eleanor C. Nordyke #pōpolo  #popolo #haole #africanamericansarentafrican #africanamericansaintafrican #tumuraaau #tomoloo #tomol #williamhealeydall #peterderoo #leiomano #wakiki #honalulu #maui #hawaii

@copperhotstep
Repost 'The ratio of children to women in 1980 was highest for Blacks, with 621 children per 1,000 Black women, compared with a State average of 339 children per 1,000 women (Table 4). The crudebirth rate of this group fell from 41.8 births per 1,000 population in i960 to 23.4 births per 1,000 Blacks in 1980, reflecting state and national trends toward reduced fertility. The total fertility rate, which measures the number of children the average woman bears in a lifetime, in 1980 was 2.6 children for Blacks, a figure significantly higher than the State total fertility rate of 1.8 children. Black women showed relatively high age-specific fertility rates for the age group 15-24, and they had one of the lowest levels of abortion among all ethnic groups, with a 1985 ratio of 18 abortions per 100 live births, compared with a State average ratio of 31 abortions per 100 live births (Table 4). The death rate of Blacks in Hawai'i was very low at 1.8 per 1,000 population in 1980, reflecting the young age of this group. Life expectancy in Hawai'i for the total population was highest in the nation in 1980 at 74.1 years for males and 80.3 years for females. However, life expectancy figures by racial group were not computed for Blacks in Hawai'i owing to the unreliability of information from the distorted age and sex composition of this small population.' From: 'Blacks in Hawai'i: A Demographic and Historical Perspective' by Eleanor C. Nordyke #pōpolo #popolo #haole #africanamericansarentafrican #africanamericansaintafrican #tumuraaau #tomoloo #tomol #williamhealeydall #peterderoo #leiomano #wakiki #honalulu #maui #hawaii

3 0 1 hour ago
@copperhotstep
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'The deliberate introduction of persons of Chinese ancestry into Island life was influenced by economic and political events that shaped U.S. history in the mid 19th century. The discovery of gold in California stimulated commercial activities and growth in Hawai'i. The Civil War in the United States resulted in an increased demand by the northern states for Hawaiian sugar when Louisiana sugar became scarce. The sugar industry increased from 10 plantations in 1858 to 22 plantations operating in 1861, and sugar farmers continued to request additions to the labor force. Since Captain Cass's expedition to China in 1852, only some 700 Chinese had immigrated to Hawai'i by 1864. At that time, King Kamehameha V recommended the establishment of a Board of Immigration to promote and to control more closely the importation of foreign labor. With sensitivity to criticism of "slave labor" and "coolie trade," the Hawaiian Government asserted its position that immigration was promoted for the primary purpose of population reinforcement. It recognized the recent trends of high mortality and depopulation in the Islands and the need for replenishment of the labor force. Dr. William Hillebrand was commissioned by the Kingdom of Hawai'i's Board of Immigration to obtain 500 additional workers from China. The effect of the imbalanced number of Chinese male immigrants on the composition of the population, with reports of prostitution and sexual perversion, concerned the legislators in the Hawaiian Kingdom. Hillebrand explained: "The fault has been in great measure with ourselves, inasmuch as no females were imported at the time, and no organization existed to control and direct the course of those who had served out their time."' From: 'The Chinese in Hawai'i: A Demographic and Historical Perspective' by Eleanor C. Nordyke #africanamericansarentafrican #africanamericansaintafrican #tumuraaau #tomoloo #tomol #williamhealeydall #peterderoo #leiomano #wakiki #honalulu #maui #hawaii

@copperhotstep
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'The deliberate introduction of persons of Chinese ancestry into Island life was influenced by economic and political events that shaped U.S. history in the mid 19th century. The discovery of gold in California stimulated commercial activities and growth in Hawai'i. The Civil War in the United States resulted in an increased demand by the northern states for Hawaiian sugar when Louisiana sugar became scarce. The sugar industry increased from 10 plantations in 1858 to 22 plantations operating in 1861, and sugar farmers continued to request additions to the labor force. Since Captain Cass's expedition to China in 1852, only some 700 Chinese had immigrated to Hawai'i by 1864. At that time, King Kamehameha V recommended the establishment of a Board of Immigration to promote and to control more closely the importation of foreign labor. With sensitivity to criticism of "slave labor" and "coolie trade," the Hawaiian Government asserted its position that immigration was promoted for the primary purpose of population reinforcement. It recognized the recent trends of high mortality and depopulation in the Islands and the need for replenishment of the labor force. Dr. William Hillebrand was commissioned by the Kingdom of Hawai'i's Board of Immigration to obtain 500 additional workers from China. The effect of the imbalanced number of Chinese male immigrants on the composition of the population, with reports of prostitution and sexual perversion, concerned the legislators in the Hawaiian Kingdom. Hillebrand explained: "The fault has been in great measure with ourselves, inasmuch as no females were imported at the time, and no organization existed to control and direct the course of those who had served out their time."' From: 'The Chinese in Hawai'i: A Demographic and Historical Perspective' by Eleanor C. Nordyke #africanamericansarentafrican #africanamericansaintafrican #tumuraaau #tomoloo #tomol #williamhealeydall #peterderoo #leiomano #wakiki #honalulu #maui #hawaii

1 0 1 hour ago
@copperhotstep
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'Another Black educator, Kay Brundage, explored "the myth of Black inferiority that has come here most often through the media." A Black Cultural Center was organized in #Hawaii in the 1970s, and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People helped Blacks with legal and educational concerns. A journal published in the 1980s, The #AfroHawaii News, focused on their economic, political, and social events. A review of the U. S. census of 1980, using the 100 percent count in Hawai'i, indicates that this group of 17,364 Blacks was comparatively young, with median age of 22.3 years in contrast to a State median age of 28.4 years. The Black population in the Islands showed an unbalanced age and sex composition influenced by the large number of persons associated with the military population (Table 2). A 1980 U. S. census sample of social and economic characteristics in the Black population of Hawai'i reported 17,687 persons, of whom 7,787 were in the armed forces, 4,737 persons were military dependents, and 5,163 were civilian residents. However, these low figures overlooked the part-Black mixed population. This group may have been included with other racial groups such as the Chinese or the Hawaiians or may have been tabulated with "Others." According to Howard E. Johnson, Editor of The Afro-Hawaii News, the official number of Blacks in Hawaii was undercounted in the mid-1980's. Johnson has estimated a range of population from 17,500 to 37,000 persons. The 1980 sex ratio of 212 males for every 100 females in this
ethnic group was attributed to the presence of a large number of
men of ages 18-29 employed in the armed forces. This disproportion is clearly observed in the population pyramids of Blacks (fig. 4).' From: 'Blacks in Hawai'i: A Demographic and Historical Perspective' by Eleanor C. Nordyke #africanamericansarentafrican #africanamericansaintafrican #tumuraaau #tomoloo #tomol #williamhealeydall #peterderoo #leiomano #wakiki #honalulu #maui #hawaii

@copperhotstep
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'Another Black educator, Kay Brundage, explored "the myth of Black inferiority that has come here most often through the media." A Black Cultural Center was organized in #Hawaii in the 1970s, and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People helped Blacks with legal and educational concerns. A journal published in the 1980s, The #AfroHawaii News, focused on their economic, political, and social events. A review of the U. S. census of 1980, using the 100 percent count in Hawai'i, indicates that this group of 17,364 Blacks was comparatively young, with median age of 22.3 years in contrast to a State median age of 28.4 years. The Black population in the Islands showed an unbalanced age and sex composition influenced by the large number of persons associated with the military population (Table 2). A 1980 U. S. census sample of social and economic characteristics in the Black population of Hawai'i reported 17,687 persons, of whom 7,787 were in the armed forces, 4,737 persons were military dependents, and 5,163 were civilian residents. However, these low figures overlooked the part-Black mixed population. This group may have been included with other racial groups such as the Chinese or the Hawaiians or may have been tabulated with "Others." According to Howard E. Johnson, Editor of The Afro-Hawaii News, the official number of Blacks in Hawaii was undercounted in the mid-1980's. Johnson has estimated a range of population from 17,500 to 37,000 persons. The 1980 sex ratio of 212 males for every 100 females in this
ethnic group was attributed to the presence of a large number of
men of ages 18-29 employed in the armed forces. This disproportion is clearly observed in the population pyramids of Blacks (fig. 4).' From: 'Blacks in Hawai'i: A Demographic and Historical Perspective' by Eleanor C. Nordyke #africanamericansarentafrican #africanamericansaintafrican #tumuraaau #tomoloo #tomol #williamhealeydall #peterderoo #leiomano #wakiki #honalulu #maui #hawaii

2 0 1 hour ago
Черепаха остров Мауи Гавайи 
Tortuga en Maui Hawáii #maui #mauibeach #sunset #hawaiibeauty #lovemaui

Черепаха остров Мауи Гавайи
Tortuga en Maui Hawáii #maui #mauibeach #sunset #hawaiibeauty #lovemaui

7 1 1 hour ago

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California meets Maui fusion Strawberry Shortcake play: Kula strawberries + fresh vanilla bean whipped cream + Ali’i lavender gluten free butter biscuits + raw local honey. .
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I love using local ingredients that no one would associate with a tropical island in my dishes! Maui actually has an amazing strawberry farm upcountry. I combined their strawberries with fresh made vanilla bean whipped cream + @aklmaui lavender (also grown on Maui!!!) infused gluten-free @bobsredmill butter biscuits + local raw honey for an incredible dessert. .
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#mauinokaoi #mauilife #mauichef #privatechefmaui #hawaiichef #maui #farmtotable #strawberryshortcake #glutenfreedessert #kulastrawberries #kulalavender #aliilavenderfarm #bobsredmills #rawhoney #farmtotable #eatlocal #glutenfree #glutenfreedessert #privatechefmaui #personalchef #morepleaze #chefkyrabramble

California meets Maui fusion Strawberry Shortcake play: Kula strawberries + fresh vanilla bean whipped cream + Ali’i lavender gluten free butter biscuits + raw local honey. .
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I love using local ingredients that no one would associate with a tropical island in my dishes! Maui actually has an amazing strawberry farm upcountry. I combined their strawberries with fresh made vanilla bean whipped cream + @aklmaui lavender (also grown on Maui!!!) infused gluten-free @bobsredmill butter biscuits + local raw honey for an incredible dessert. .
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#mauinokaoi #mauilife #mauichef #privatechefmaui #hawaiichef #maui #farmtotable #strawberryshortcake #glutenfreedessert #kulastrawberries #kulalavender #aliilavenderfarm #bobsredmills #rawhoney #farmtotable #eatlocal #glutenfree #glutenfreedessert #privatechefmaui #personalchef #morepleaze #chefkyrabramble

5 0 1 hour ago
@copperhotstep repost 'By 1930, the U.S. census identified only 322 males and 241 females of Black ancestry residing in Hawai'i. According to Romanzo Adams, pioneer sociologist in Hawai'i: In 1940 another change in the classification of part Puerto Ricans
reduced the Negro population from 563 to 255 at a time when the American Negro population was in all probability growing. Since 1950, however, the number of Blacks living in the Islands has almost doubled each decade. About 85 percent of these residents have been associated with the military population as members of the armed forces or their dependents in 1980.
The comparatively slow movement of Blacks to Hawai'i has been the subject of analysis by sociologists and researchers of ethnic studies. Sociologist Shirley Abe, in 1945, declared: "Underneaththe surface of racial harmony as seen in public life, there are prejudices in the private lives of the people, socially as well as economically." She explained:
If things had gone on naturally, without any introduction of the Mainland pattern of race relations, the Negroes would very likely have been gradually accepted and absorbed into the community, just as the Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese and Filipinos have become a part of the community, each one starting towards the bottom of the social scale and working its way up. Kathryn Takara, University of Hawai'i Instructor of Ethnic Studies, wrote in the mid-1980s: Because of the stigmas and negative stereotypes associated with descendants of slaves, some Blacks in the past chose to be identified with another race that was more acceptable and familiar to the local Hawaiian community. Blacks who called themselves part-Negro in the 1910 census found it easier to become part-Hawaiian in 1920. Even today, a few fear the possible or imagined repercussions of being discovered to be of Negro origins.' From: 'Blacks in Hawai'i: A Demographic and
Historical Perspective' by Eleanor C. Nordyke #africanamericansarentafrican #africanamericansaintafrican #tumuraaau #tomoloo #tomol #williamhealeydall #peterderoo #leiomano #hawaii #wakiki #honalulu  #maui

@copperhotstep repost 'By 1930, the U.S. census identified only 322 males and 241 females of Black ancestry residing in Hawai'i. According to Romanzo Adams, pioneer sociologist in Hawai'i: In 1940 another change in the classification of part Puerto Ricans
reduced the Negro population from 563 to 255 at a time when the American Negro population was in all probability growing. Since 1950, however, the number of Blacks living in the Islands has almost doubled each decade. About 85 percent of these residents have been associated with the military population as members of the armed forces or their dependents in 1980.
The comparatively slow movement of Blacks to Hawai'i has been the subject of analysis by sociologists and researchers of ethnic studies. Sociologist Shirley Abe, in 1945, declared: "Underneaththe surface of racial harmony as seen in public life, there are prejudices in the private lives of the people, socially as well as economically." She explained:
If things had gone on naturally, without any introduction of the Mainland pattern of race relations, the Negroes would very likely have been gradually accepted and absorbed into the community, just as the Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese and Filipinos have become a part of the community, each one starting towards the bottom of the social scale and working its way up. Kathryn Takara, University of Hawai'i Instructor of Ethnic Studies, wrote in the mid-1980s: Because of the stigmas and negative stereotypes associated with descendants of slaves, some Blacks in the past chose to be identified with another race that was more acceptable and familiar to the local Hawaiian community. Blacks who called themselves part-Negro in the 1910 census found it easier to become part-Hawaiian in 1920. Even today, a few fear the possible or imagined repercussions of being discovered to be of Negro origins.' From: 'Blacks in Hawai'i: A Demographic and
Historical Perspective' by Eleanor C. Nordyke #africanamericansarentafrican #africanamericansaintafrican #tumuraaau #tomoloo #tomol #williamhealeydall #peterderoo #leiomano #hawaii #wakiki #honalulu #maui

4 1 1 hour ago
Sunset @ the Summit of Haleakalā, Maui. #maui #haleakala #haleakalasunset #sunset #nationalpark

Sunset @ the Summit of Haleakalā, Maui. #maui #haleakala #haleakalasunset #sunset #nationalpark

4 1 1 hour ago
#ハワイ旅行 8日目🌺言い換えると最終日
早朝の #kahuluiairport 
7時ちょうどくらいに着いてそこから出国手続き。

帰れないと困るし英語も弱いから早めに行ったのもあって警備員さん以外誰もいない写真撮れた😚お気に入り

#earlymorning #airport #hawaii #maui #mauihawaii #visitmaui #triptohawaii #空港 #早朝の空港 #早朝 #無人 #ハワイ #マウイ #マウイ島 #マウイ島旅行 #カフルイ空港

#ハワイ旅行 8日目🌺言い換えると最終日
早朝の #kahuluiairport
7時ちょうどくらいに着いてそこから出国手続き。

帰れないと困るし英語も弱いから早めに行ったのもあって警備員さん以外誰もいない写真撮れた😚お気に入り

#earlymorning #airport #hawaii #maui #mauihawaii #visitmaui #triptohawaii #空港 #早朝の空港 #早朝 #無人 #ハワイ #マウイ #マウイ島 #マウイ島旅行 #カフルイ空港

14 0 1 hour ago
Between aerial and hot yoga classes, hubby Brian is getting us up and about on trails around Maui.
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I hadn’t gone hiking yet because when I tried to enter the Makawao Forest Reserve prior to hubby Brian’s arrival, the search and rescue team were about looking for a missing woman. They told me I needed a partner if I wanted to walk the trail... Understandable, but frustrating.
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#seattlepilatesgirl #infernopilates #hotpilates #pilates #hiit #igworkout #bodyweightworkout #fitfam #fitspo #westseattle #seattle #pnw #pnwlife #gogetit #maui #aloha #albionfit

Between aerial and hot yoga classes, hubby Brian is getting us up and about on trails around Maui.
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I hadn’t gone hiking yet because when I tried to enter the Makawao Forest Reserve prior to hubby Brian’s arrival, the search and rescue team were about looking for a missing woman. They told me I needed a partner if I wanted to walk the trail... Understandable, but frustrating.
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#seattlepilatesgirl #infernopilates #hotpilates #pilates #hiit #igworkout #bodyweightworkout #fitfam #fitspo #westseattle #seattle #pnw #pnwlife #gogetit #maui #aloha #albionfit

15 0 1 hour ago
@copperhotstep
Repost
'Reflecting a shift of opinion, Blaine urged the importation of Blacks instead of Orientals for the cultivation of rice and sugar in the Islands. Blaine said that the problem of replenishment of the vital forces of Hawaii presented itself for intelligent solution in an American and "not an Asiatic or British sense." However, John
E. Bush, a Native Hawaiian and President of the Kingdom of Hawai'i's Board of Immigration, reported in 1882: "The Legislature was decidedly averse to Negro immigrants, even to opposing people from New Hebrides." No significant immigration of this group occurred in the Islands until after Hawai'i became a Territory of the United States in 1900. At that time, American Negroes were brought to the Islands as members of the Army or the Navy; in 1913 the 25th Infantry Regiment of all-Black males served in Hawai'i. With the continuing heed for labor, the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association (HSPA) in 1907 recruited about 30 Black families to Maui from Tennessee, Mississippi, and Alabama. Many of these people merged with the residents through intermarriage and association with local groups, but others returned to the Mainland. They did not establish a separate homogeneous community, and their identity as Blacks was diffused with that of other Island ethnic people. Even prior to HSPA actions in 1907, Puerto Rican workers and their families, brought to the Hawaiian Islands in 1901 from Puerto Rico, were descendants of American Indians, Spaniards, and Black Africans (fig. 2). Although the United States census in the early 1900s usually classified persons of Black descent as "Negro," Puerto Rican Blacks were tabulated as Puerto Ricans and were later absorbed in the Caucasian, or White, totals.' From: 'Blacks in Hawai'i: A Demographic and Historical Perspective' by Eleanor C. Nordyke #africanamericansarentafrican #africanamericansaintafrican #tumuraaau #tomoloo #tomol #williamhealeydall #peterderoo #leiomano #hawaii #wakiki #honalulu  #maui

@copperhotstep
Repost
'Reflecting a shift of opinion, Blaine urged the importation of Blacks instead of Orientals for the cultivation of rice and sugar in the Islands. Blaine said that the problem of replenishment of the vital forces of Hawaii presented itself for intelligent solution in an American and "not an Asiatic or British sense." However, John
E. Bush, a Native Hawaiian and President of the Kingdom of Hawai'i's Board of Immigration, reported in 1882: "The Legislature was decidedly averse to Negro immigrants, even to opposing people from New Hebrides." No significant immigration of this group occurred in the Islands until after Hawai'i became a Territory of the United States in 1900. At that time, American Negroes were brought to the Islands as members of the Army or the Navy; in 1913 the 25th Infantry Regiment of all-Black males served in Hawai'i. With the continuing heed for labor, the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association (HSPA) in 1907 recruited about 30 Black families to Maui from Tennessee, Mississippi, and Alabama. Many of these people merged with the residents through intermarriage and association with local groups, but others returned to the Mainland. They did not establish a separate homogeneous community, and their identity as Blacks was diffused with that of other Island ethnic people. Even prior to HSPA actions in 1907, Puerto Rican workers and their families, brought to the Hawaiian Islands in 1901 from Puerto Rico, were descendants of American Indians, Spaniards, and Black Africans (fig. 2). Although the United States census in the early 1900s usually classified persons of Black descent as "Negro," Puerto Rican Blacks were tabulated as Puerto Ricans and were later absorbed in the Caucasian, or White, totals.' From: 'Blacks in Hawai'i: A Demographic and Historical Perspective' by Eleanor C. Nordyke #africanamericansarentafrican #africanamericansaintafrican #tumuraaau #tomoloo #tomol #williamhealeydall #peterderoo #leiomano #hawaii #wakiki #honalulu #maui

1 0 1 hour ago
I got to experience holoholo wale today. I cannot describe it other than, don't make plans, have no expectations, and say yes to every good idea. Thank you @teralanisailing Captain Matt and your crew gave me a wonderful one of a kind experience today I'll never forget!! Here's a photo of the boat today at sunset. She sure do look pretty🤙 MAHALO!!
#wanderer #sunset #snorkeling #teralani3 #catamaran #imonaboat #kaanapali #maui #holoholo #mauitravel #whataday

I got to experience holoholo wale today. I cannot describe it other than, don't make plans, have no expectations, and say yes to every good idea. Thank you @teralanisailing Captain Matt and your crew gave me a wonderful one of a kind experience today I'll never forget!! Here's a photo of the boat today at sunset. She sure do look pretty🤙 MAHALO!!
#wanderer #sunset #snorkeling #teralani3 #catamaran #imonaboat #kaanapali #maui #holoholo #mauitravel #whataday

9 0 1 hour ago
#마우이먼데이
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지난 겨우내 마우이 앞바다에서 
살았던 #혹등고래 와 작별인사 나눠요.
올 겨울에 다시 만나자고🤙🏼
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#마우이여행꿀팁 ▶️ 마우이는 하와이 전역에서도 혹등고래가 가장 많이 관찰되는 곳입니다. 특히 라하이나에서 카아나팔리로 가는 길에서 위치한 #파파와이전망대 #papawaisceniclookout 에서는 바다를 유유히 헤엄치는 돌고래나 혹등고래를 조망할 수 있는 유명한 명소입니다. 11월~2월 겨울철에 더욱 잘 보이니 망원경이나 줌인 성능이 좋은 카메라를 가지고 꼭 한번 방문해보세요. 가슴 벅찬 경험을 하실 수 있을거에요🐋
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#regram @letsgotomaui 
farewell to our seasonal friends

#ahuihou 
http://www.letsgotomaui.net
#letsgotomaui

potentially useful stuff for #maui
http://www.letsgotomaui.net/maui_equipment

#마우이먼데이
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지난 겨우내 마우이 앞바다에서
살았던 #혹등고래 와 작별인사 나눠요.
올 겨울에 다시 만나자고🤙🏼
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#마우이여행꿀팁 ▶️ 마우이는 하와이 전역에서도 혹등고래가 가장 많이 관찰되는 곳입니다. 특히 라하이나에서 카아나팔리로 가는 길에서 위치한 #파파와이전망대 #papawaisceniclookout 에서는 바다를 유유히 헤엄치는 돌고래나 혹등고래를 조망할 수 있는 유명한 명소입니다. 11월~2월 겨울철에 더욱 잘 보이니 망원경이나 줌인 성능이 좋은 카메라를 가지고 꼭 한번 방문해보세요. 가슴 벅찬 경험을 하실 수 있을거에요🐋
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#regram @letsgotomaui
farewell to our seasonal friends

#ahuihou
http://www.letsgotomaui.net
#letsgotomaui

potentially useful stuff for #maui
http://www.letsgotomaui.net/maui_equipment

19 3 1 hour ago
@copperhotstep
Repost
'Some of these sailors stayed in Hawai'i to become permanent residents, taking jobs as cooks, barbers, tailors, sailors on interisland vessels, and members of musical groups. Four Blacks formed a royal brass band for Kamehameha III in 1834, and another Black, George W. Hyatt, organized a larger band in 1845. Marriages occurred with Hawaiians, and these people and their children became classified in censuses as Portuguese or Part-Hawaiian. Blacks were deliberately excluded from the proposed lists of
immigrant groups sought in the 1850s by the Kingdom to provide contract labor to Hawai'i. Responding to Northern sentiment during the Civil War that equated work on sugar plantations with slavery on Southern United States cotton and tobacco farms, sugar planters rejected proposals to bring Negroes from the United States to work in the Kingdom of Hawai'i. There were objections by members of the Hawaiian government and by those mission-related people who were abolitionists to the principle underlying the contract labor system. The U.S. Civil War brought to focus a widespread disapproval of an 1850 "Act for the Government of Masters and Servants" that equated contract labor with slave labor. In 1881, United States Secretary of State James G. Elaine was concerned by the diminution of the native population of Hawai'i and its replacement by workers from Asia: The Hawaiian Islands cannot be joined to the Asiatic system. If they drift from their independent station it must be toward an assimilation and identification with the American system, to which they belong by the operation of natural laws and must belong by
the operation of political necessity.'
From: 'Blacks in Hawai'i: A Demographic and Historical Perspective' by Eleanor C. Nordyke #africanamericansarentafrican #africanamericansaintafrican #tumuraaau #tomoloo #tomol #williamhealeydall #peterderoo #leiomano #hawaii #wakiki #honalulu  #maui

@copperhotstep
Repost
'Some of these sailors stayed in Hawai'i to become permanent residents, taking jobs as cooks, barbers, tailors, sailors on interisland vessels, and members of musical groups. Four Blacks formed a royal brass band for Kamehameha III in 1834, and another Black, George W. Hyatt, organized a larger band in 1845. Marriages occurred with Hawaiians, and these people and their children became classified in censuses as Portuguese or Part-Hawaiian. Blacks were deliberately excluded from the proposed lists of
immigrant groups sought in the 1850s by the Kingdom to provide contract labor to Hawai'i. Responding to Northern sentiment during the Civil War that equated work on sugar plantations with slavery on Southern United States cotton and tobacco farms, sugar planters rejected proposals to bring Negroes from the United States to work in the Kingdom of Hawai'i. There were objections by members of the Hawaiian government and by those mission-related people who were abolitionists to the principle underlying the contract labor system. The U.S. Civil War brought to focus a widespread disapproval of an 1850 "Act for the Government of Masters and Servants" that equated contract labor with slave labor. In 1881, United States Secretary of State James G. Elaine was concerned by the diminution of the native population of Hawai'i and its replacement by workers from Asia: The Hawaiian Islands cannot be joined to the Asiatic system. If they drift from their independent station it must be toward an assimilation and identification with the American system, to which they belong by the operation of natural laws and must belong by
the operation of political necessity.'
From: 'Blacks in Hawai'i: A Demographic and Historical Perspective' by Eleanor C. Nordyke #africanamericansarentafrican #africanamericansaintafrican #tumuraaau #tomoloo #tomol #williamhealeydall #peterderoo #leiomano #hawaii #wakiki #honalulu #maui

1 0 1 hour ago
E ala e! (awake)....The chant in the background is how they welcome the sun each day at Haleakala.
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My personal favorite was the cold, cloudy December day with needles of rain, when the park ranger reminded us: The sun still rises, even when you can't see it. Thanks to @okaninalty for posting this video clip.
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Also just read online that the reason Maui tethered the sun to the mountain was because his mother Hina had complained that the days weren't long enough to dry her laundry...new part of the story.
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#haleakala #maui #hawaii #houseofthesun #morningchant #welcomingthesun #sungreeting #sunsalutation #sunrisechant #haleakalasunrise #hawaiiansunrise #dawn #mauisunrise #ealae #thesunstillrises #herecomesthesun #thesunstillriseseventhroughtherain
#hina #laundryproblems #laundrycartoons

E ala e! (awake)....The chant in the background is how they welcome the sun each day at Haleakala.
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My personal favorite was the cold, cloudy December day with needles of rain, when the park ranger reminded us: The sun still rises, even when you can't see it. Thanks to @okaninalty for posting this video clip.
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Also just read online that the reason Maui tethered the sun to the mountain was because his mother Hina had complained that the days weren't long enough to dry her laundry...new part of the story.
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#haleakala #maui #hawaii #houseofthesun #morningchant #welcomingthesun #sungreeting #sunsalutation #sunrisechant #haleakalasunrise #hawaiiansunrise #dawn #mauisunrise #ealae #thesunstillrises #herecomesthesun #thesunstillriseseventhroughtherain
#hina #laundryproblems #laundrycartoons

3 0 1 hour ago
Rainbow farm-to-table seafood dinner main:
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Pan seared Mahi Mahi + Mashed molokai purple sweet potatoes with garlic and coconut cream + roasted Ali’i King trumpet mushrooms + grilled bell pepper and zucchini + red curry coconut cream + shaved kefir lime leaf + toasted macadamia nuts .
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Local ingredients with Thai fusion, inspired by months of living in northern Thailand…. I love combining my travel with tropical flavors. Also my first time playing with @mercerculinarytools plating brushes! .
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No dairy, no gluten. No problem. Almost paleo - but I used sweet potatoes ;) .
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#mauinokaoi #mauilife #mauichef #privatechefmaui #hawaiichef #maui #cheflife #cheflifestyle #privatechef #personalchef #naturalfoodchef #plantbasedchef #yogachef #farmtotable #mauicheftable #rainbowfood #almostpaleo #paleofood #paleochef #paleofoodshare #glutenfree #paleolifestyle

Rainbow farm-to-table seafood dinner main:
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Pan seared Mahi Mahi + Mashed molokai purple sweet potatoes with garlic and coconut cream + roasted Ali’i King trumpet mushrooms + grilled bell pepper and zucchini + red curry coconut cream + shaved kefir lime leaf + toasted macadamia nuts .
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Local ingredients with Thai fusion, inspired by months of living in northern Thailand…. I love combining my travel with tropical flavors. Also my first time playing with @mercerculinarytools plating brushes! .
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No dairy, no gluten. No problem. Almost paleo - but I used sweet potatoes ;) .
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#mauinokaoi #mauilife #mauichef #privatechefmaui #hawaiichef #maui #cheflife #cheflifestyle #privatechef #personalchef #naturalfoodchef #plantbasedchef #yogachef #farmtotable #mauicheftable #rainbowfood #almostpaleo #paleofood #paleochef #paleofoodshare #glutenfree #paleolifestyle

8 0 1 hour ago
@copperhotstep repost 'He (Anthony D. Allen) established a boarding house, a bowling alley, a "dram shop" (saloon), and an informal hospital in Pawa'a on the #Waikiki plain about two miles east of the village of #Honolulu. He was a successful farmer, supplying fresh vegetables and livestock to residents and ship captains, and he and his Hawaiian wife and children were regarded with respect by Hawaiian royalty and American missionaries. Betsey Stockton (fig. i) arrived in 1823 as a member of the second company of missionaries of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, accompanying Charles Stewart's
family. Although she had been born in slavery, she was freed prior to joining the Stewart family in New Jersey. In Hawai'i, the Missionary Herald of 1825 reported the presence on Maui of "a colored woman connected with Mr. Stewart's family, who makes herself highly useful to the mission." In a discussion about critically ill infants brought to the Lahaina mission, missionaries William Richards and C. S. Stewart wrote:
Within three days of this very time, two other infants have been brought to our yard, in most distressing situations,—one, with a shocking wound on its arm from a cut by a broken bottle, and the other almost expiring with the croup. Both are already in a state of safety; and probably have been rescued from death by the humane and prompt exertions of Betsey Stockton, who took them immediately under her care. Miss Stockton learned the Hawaiian language and taught English to Hawaiians on #Maui. Crewmembers aboard whaling ships, arriving in the Islands between 1820 and 1880, included a small number of Portuguese of Black heritage from the Cape Verde Islands.' From: 'Blacks in Hawai'i: A Demographic and
Historical Perspective' by Eleanor C. Nordyke
#africanamericansarentafrican #africanamericansaintafrican #tumuraaau #tomoloo #tomol #williamhealeydall #peterderoo #leiomano

@copperhotstep repost 'He (Anthony D. Allen) established a boarding house, a bowling alley, a "dram shop" (saloon), and an informal hospital in Pawa'a on the #Waikiki plain about two miles east of the village of #Honolulu . He was a successful farmer, supplying fresh vegetables and livestock to residents and ship captains, and he and his Hawaiian wife and children were regarded with respect by Hawaiian royalty and American missionaries. Betsey Stockton (fig. i) arrived in 1823 as a member of the second company of missionaries of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, accompanying Charles Stewart's
family. Although she had been born in slavery, she was freed prior to joining the Stewart family in New Jersey. In Hawai'i, the Missionary Herald of 1825 reported the presence on Maui of "a colored woman connected with Mr. Stewart's family, who makes herself highly useful to the mission." In a discussion about critically ill infants brought to the Lahaina mission, missionaries William Richards and C. S. Stewart wrote:
Within three days of this very time, two other infants have been brought to our yard, in most distressing situations,—one, with a shocking wound on its arm from a cut by a broken bottle, and the other almost expiring with the croup. Both are already in a state of safety; and probably have been rescued from death by the humane and prompt exertions of Betsey Stockton, who took them immediately under her care. Miss Stockton learned the Hawaiian language and taught English to Hawaiians on #Maui . Crewmembers aboard whaling ships, arriving in the Islands between 1820 and 1880, included a small number of Portuguese of Black heritage from the Cape Verde Islands.' From: 'Blacks in Hawai'i: A Demographic and
Historical Perspective' by Eleanor C. Nordyke
#africanamericansarentafrican #africanamericansaintafrican #tumuraaau #tomoloo #tomol #williamhealeydall #peterderoo #leiomano

3 0 1 hour ago
Living in a dream... #Maui #love #luau

Living in a dream... #Maui #love #luau

12 2 1 hour ago
경이롭다...라는 말 밖엔👍🏻👍🏻 발밑에 구름이라...😆#haleakala#haleakalanationalpark#hawaii#maui#bowling#하와이#할레아칼라#마우이#일몰#파스텔톤하늘

경이롭다...라는 말 밖엔👍🏻👍🏻 발밑에 구름이라...😆 #haleakala #haleakalanationalpark #hawaii #maui #bowling #하와이 #할레아칼라 #마우이 #일몰 #파스텔톤하늘

74 5 1 hour ago
Pop-up studio 🧜🏼‍♀️🐚🌈🏝
#mermaidislandpottery 
#mermaid
#island
#pottery
#potter
#maui
#hana
#handmade
#art
#hamoa
#coffee
#mug

Pop-up studio 🧜🏼‍♀️🐚🌈🏝
#mermaidislandpottery
#mermaid
#island
#pottery
#potter
#maui
#hana
#handmade
#art
#hamoa
#coffee
#mug

7 0 1 hour ago
I love the reverse symmetry of this beach shot. #canonfanphoto #naturephotography #canon5dmarkiv #beach #hawaii #maui #waves

I love the reverse symmetry of this beach shot. #canonfanphoto #naturephotography #canon5dmarkiv #beach #hawaii #maui #waves

21 0 1 hour ago
Enjoy the ArtofRascal! New Collection harteinternationalgalleries #maui#artsold#rascalart

Enjoy the ArtofRascal! New Collection harteinternationalgalleries #maui #artsold #rascalart

3 0 1 hour ago
Another lovely day is over.  Find someone you can grow old and watch the sunset with. 🌺 #judietravels

Another lovely day is over. Find someone you can grow old and watch the sunset with. 🌺 #judietravels

25 2 1 hour ago

Top #maui posts

Throwback in Maui, perfect night on the beach. #romper .
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#couple #gaycouple #beach #hawaii #maui #vacay #throwback #heaven #lovewins #love #meditate #heart

Throwback in Maui, perfect night on the beach. #romper .
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#couple #gaycouple #beach #hawaii #maui #vacay #throwback #heaven #lovewins #love #meditate #heart

632 43 13 hours ago

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Now dat da business part with @lamarianasailingclub is pau, now i can have 1...mebe 2 #maitais i like to bring my own mug occasionally to sip from. Da clear glass juuuuust doesnt taste as delicious as wen it's in my personal Haka mug we made several years ago. Have a good #aloha weekend IG ohana!

#tikibar #tikiart #tikilife #tikilounge #tikimugs #tikimuglife #tikimodern #tikimug #tiki #oahuhawaii #oahu #madeinhawaii #haleiwa #kapolei #waikiki #kauai #bigislandhawaii #maui #hawaii #hawaiilife #northshore #japan #makakilo

Now dat da business part with @lamarianasailingclub is pau, now i can have 1...mebe 2 #maitais i like to bring my own mug occasionally to sip from. Da clear glass juuuuust doesnt taste as delicious as wen it's in my personal Haka mug we made several years ago. Have a good #aloha weekend IG ohana!

#tikibar #tikiart #tikilife #tikilounge #tikimugs #tikimuglife #tikimodern #tikimug #tiki #oahuhawaii #oahu #madeinhawaii #haleiwa #kapolei #waikiki #kauai #bigislandhawaii #maui #hawaii #hawaiilife #northshore #japan #makakilo

508 12 19 May, 2019
Maui, we are officially open for business on Monday, May 20, and ready to make your opu happy. We are starting with brunch service from 7:30am-1pm. We look forward to feeding y’all beautiful and hungry people. Mahalo to all of our friends and family, near and far, who made this dream possible. See you soon ya? 📷: @whitelotusmaui

Maui, we are officially open for business on Monday, May 20, and ready to make your opu happy. We are starting with brunch service from 7:30am-1pm. We look forward to feeding y’all beautiful and hungry people. Mahalo to all of our friends and family, near and far, who made this dream possible. See you soon ya? 📷: @whitelotusmaui

104 7 9 hours ago

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Maui, you never disappoint. From the gorgeous island, to the genuinely kind people, to the phenomenal cuisine, Mahalo for an amazing week. We’ll be back! 🌴☀️🌊🍍
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#mahalo #maui #hawaii #hawaiicookies #mahalocookies #cookiedecorating #cookieart #royalicingcookies #decoratedcookies #instacookies #cookiesofinstagram #customcookies #mauicookies

Maui, you never disappoint. From the gorgeous island, to the genuinely kind people, to the phenomenal cuisine, Mahalo for an amazing week. We’ll be back! 🌴☀️🌊🍍
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#mahalo #maui #hawaii #hawaiicookies #mahalocookies #cookiedecorating #cookieart #royalicingcookies #decoratedcookies #instacookies #cookiesofinstagram #customcookies #mauicookies

874 13 17 hours ago

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Hydrangea macrophylla- “ buttons n bows”  is a species of flowering plant in the family Hydrangeaceae, native to Japan. It is a deciduous shrub growing to 2 m tall by 2.5 m broad with large heads of pink or blue flowers in summer and autumn.
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Original photo 📸@flower_keeper_photography
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#hydrengea #pink #nature #macrophotography #macro #photooftheday #photography #picoftheday #orangecounty #tropical #follow #followme #aloha #iphone #instagram #love #smile #happy #hawaiilife #socal #california #maui #Kauai #hawaii #oahu #flower #flowers #petal #cute #flower_keeper_photography

Hydrangea macrophylla- “ buttons n bows” is a species of flowering plant in the family Hydrangeaceae, native to Japan. It is a deciduous shrub growing to 2 m tall by 2.5 m broad with large heads of pink or blue flowers in summer and autumn.
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Original photo 📸@flower_keeper_photography
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#hydrengea #pink #nature #macrophotography #macro #photooftheday #photography #picoftheday #orangecounty #tropical #follow #followme #aloha #iphone #instagram #love #smile #happy #hawaiilife #socal #california #maui #Kauai #hawaii #oahu #flower #flowers #petal #cute #flower_keeper_photography

670 9 7 hours ago
Cotula “ big yellow moon”
Ultra-fun, amusing and easy to grow! Spreading quickly to create a low, dense matting groundcover to 6” tall and 2’ across, you’ll love the soft, tactile, miniature ferny texture and large (1”), prolific golden dome-like “button” flowers held atop 4” upright, wiry stems. Blooms like crazy Spring thru Summer and is superbly suited for trailing over the edge of a bed, over and around rocks or growing out of an old washing machine. Evergreen, but I think it’s best to cut it back to 6-8” across to maintain that tight matting appearance next season. Best in rich, well-drained soil. Adorable cut flowers!
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Original photo 📸@flower_keeper_photography
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#yellow #cotula #nature #macrophotography #macro #photooftheday #photography #picoftheday #orangecounty #tropical #follow #followme #aloha #iphone #instagram #love #smile #happy #hawaiilife #socal #california #maui #Kauai #hawaii #oahu #flower #flowers #petal #cute #flower_keeper_photography

Cotula “ big yellow moon”
Ultra-fun, amusing and easy to grow! Spreading quickly to create a low, dense matting groundcover to 6” tall and 2’ across, you’ll love the soft, tactile, miniature ferny texture and large (1”), prolific golden dome-like “button” flowers held atop 4” upright, wiry stems. Blooms like crazy Spring thru Summer and is superbly suited for trailing over the edge of a bed, over and around rocks or growing out of an old washing machine. Evergreen, but I think it’s best to cut it back to 6-8” across to maintain that tight matting appearance next season. Best in rich, well-drained soil. Adorable cut flowers!
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Original photo 📸@flower_keeper_photography
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#yellow #cotula #nature #macrophotography #macro #photooftheday #photography #picoftheday #orangecounty #tropical #follow #followme #aloha #iphone #instagram #love #smile #happy #hawaiilife #socal #california #maui #Kauai #hawaii #oahu #flower #flowers #petal #cute #flower_keeper_photography

1,039 22 15 hours ago
Who's ready? Set to drop next week Monday. Song will be available to stream and purchase on all major music outlets. Thank you to everyone for the continued love and support of my music! I appreciate every single one of you! "Regulate" (prod. by @burn_bangatrax)
Visual Edited/Directed by @klasick_hi_photos808 
#regulate #hawaiihiphop #mauihiphop #art #artist #artistlife #music #musicflow #hiphop #rap #musicvideo #foreela #tobeheard #lahaina #maui #mylife #motivate #appreciate #inspire #makemoves

Who's ready? Set to drop next week Monday. Song will be available to stream and purchase on all major music outlets. Thank you to everyone for the continued love and support of my music! I appreciate every single one of you! "Regulate" (prod. by @burn_bangatrax )
Visual Edited/Directed by @klasick_hi_photos808
#regulate #hawaiihiphop #mauihiphop #art #artist #artistlife #music #musicflow #hiphop #rap #musicvideo #foreela #tobeheard #lahaina #maui #mylife #motivate #appreciate #inspire #makemoves

379 14 3 hours ago