AA187C � Week 10 Lecture 1

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 Hawaiians were given contracts to be in the continental US by the fur traders 
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course ASIAN AM 187C taught by Professor Kamacho during the Winter '08 term at UCLA.

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