'Io, Hawaiian Hawk

E hume i ka malo, e hoʻokala i ka ihe
Prepare for the task at hand

  IDENTIFIERS

Legal Entity

Name:               Hui Kānaka Kālaiʻāina
Trade Names:  Kānaka Party and People’s Party
Structure:         Hawaiʻi nonprofit, federal tax-exempt, political organization                                  under Section 527 of the U.S. Internal Revenue
                            Code (26 U.S.C. § 527).

Vision

To be a beacon of light in a political sea of darkness

Logo

The taro leaf, representing the taro plant, that represents the first man and first peoples

Motto

Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka ʻĀina I Ka Pono
“The People and Land will prosper as we remain faithful to ke Akua”

Colors

Waipiʻo Valley Taro Leaf - Green
Hamakua Coast Dirt - Brown
Honoli'i River Pohaku - Gray

Song

He Mele Lāhui (Song of the Hawaiian Nation)
The Kingdom of Hawaii‘s second national anthem written by
Queen Liliʻuokalani in 1866
He Mele Lāhui by Barret Awai - YouTube

Dance

Ha‘akoa Eia Hawai‘i
Learn Eia Hawaiʻi

Hōʻailona (Signs & Symbols)

Rain Clouds, Mist, Thunder, Rain, Rainbows, ʻIo (Hawaiian Hawk), and Pinao ʻUla (Red Dragonfly)

Air Animal

ʻIo - Hawaiian Hawk (representing vision, wisdom, and excellence)

Ocean Animal

Palaoa - sperm whale (representing physical, mental, and spiritual strength - mana)

Land Animal

Puaʻa - pig (representing steadfastness and commitment)

Insect

Pinao ʻUla - Red Dragonfly (representing swift and responsive leadership)

Tree

Kukui - Candlenut tree (representing light and knowledge)

Plant

Taro (representing the first man and peoples)

Flower

White Lehua (representing rare pono warrior/leader)

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