Kupuna, the Elders, the Ancestors Saving the summit Mauna Kea mountain from bulldozers constructing mega structure telescopes. "We as Hawaiians have always revered those who have come before us, our ancestors, our kūpuna, our elder sibling who is the land and sea itself. But this speech from Kahoʻokahi Kanuha gives us an important opportunity to see our own world differently. He invites us to remember that we are already kūpuna. Within us are both our ancestors and our descendants. As he says, we do not become kūpuna when we reach a certain age; we are born that way. "
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