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'Iolani School Indigenous Peoples' Day: Campus Audio Tour

Audio Tour Stop #1 - Ka Mo‘olelo o Kamō‘ili‘ili

Learn all about the moʻolelo, or story, of the famous goddess Hiʻiaka and a giant moʻo, or lizard, named Kamō‘ili‘ili, for which this place was named.

Audio Tour Stop #2 - The Waikīkī Ahupuaʻa

Learn all about the Waikīkī ahupua’a, or indigenous water system, a way of sharing water fairly all across this land and the island of O’ahu.

Audio Tour Stop #3 - Lāʻau Scavenger Hunt

Discover all the lāʻau or indigenous plants that line the walkway between Sullivan Center and the Upper Gym.


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