AA187C � Week 10 Lecture 1 - AA187C Week 10 Lecture...

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AA187C – Week 10 Lecture 1 11/03/2008 13:06:00 Speaker 1 – Auntie Jane (graduated from the school of nursing – raised in  Honolulu) Moved to California for educational and job opportunities Life in the Pacific vs. Life in the US – culture, community Raising a family in California was a struggle, but a blessing; sought advice  from their elders and in turn also give advice to those who need it They cherish their Hawaiian values – taking care; keeping the balance with  family; to help; to support   to be humbe (the most important value) Speaker 2 – Uncle Victor Long time firefighters in Honolulu Has lymphomic cancer Learned the Hawaiian language and traditions from his auntie Native Hawaiians in the mid 1700s migrated to the continental US
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