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aniel Pelekane-Tamashiro is the newest member of Hawaiʻi's oldest Hawaiian homestead, Kalamaʻula on Molokaʻi.

The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands is currently undertaking preliminary planning in order to best prepare ourselves and our beneficiaries for the possible impacts the path of the lava flow may have on its community in Maku’u.

H.R. 360, a bill to reauthorize the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act (NAHASDA), which includes provisions for the Native Hawaiian Housing Block Grant, was introduced yesterday in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Hawaiian Homes Commission Meeting agendas are available approximately one week in advance on the HHC Meetings page of our website.

FOR THE RECORD I’m doing a story about concerns that have been raised by some beneficiaries and beneficiary-controlled groups regarding DHHL practices that they say discriminate against the very group — beneficiaries — that the agency is supposed to serve. I’m also hearing from beneficiaries who are critical of the commission’s approval last month of ...
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