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Auntie Rhea was an endearing kupuna who loved her homestead community! She even wrote a book entitled, “Kuʻu Home i Keaukaha.” She grew up dancing under her mama, a hula student of Pua Haaheo & she knew familiar Hilo hula people. (1927-2022)
Credit: 
Hula Preservation Society, Digital ʻUmeke, Rhea Enos Akoi
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Hula Kiʻi uses or incorporates images into dance. Its unique forms are preserved & perpetuated through multiple hula lineages from different islands. HPS has been working with Hula Kiʻi practitioners to share & pass on this tradition.
Credit: 
Hula Preservation Society, Digital ʻUmeke, Hula Kiʻi Resources
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