Indigenous Preservation in Hawaii

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12 Native Hawaiian Programs Awarded $1.18 Million in Federal Grants

“Twelve Native Hawaiian programs based in Hawaiʻi have been awarded federal grants totaling $1,181,486 to help preserve the indigenous history, heritage and culture of Hawaiʻi, US representatives Ed Case (HI-01) and Kaialiʻi Kahele (HI-02) announced today.

The grants are administered by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, an independent federal agency, through its Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services program. The Institute’s mission is to advance, support and empower America’s museums, libraries and related organizations. The Institute is the primary source of federal support for the country’s libraries and museums. ” 

Read more: https://mauinow.com/2021/06/10/12-native-hawaiian-programs-awarded-1-18-million-in-federal-grants/

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