Native Hawaiian Center Proposed at LCC

On 1/29/13, Leeward Community College (LCC) professors visited Sen. Shimabukuro and other legislators seeking support for plan and design funds for a Native Hawaiian Center for Excellence at LCC's Pearl City campus. Professor Eiko Kosasa (left) and Associate Professor Momi Kamahele posed in front of a painting by Makaha-born artist Solomon Enos in Maile's office. Prof. Kamahele teaches history and Hawaiian Studies at LCC and is a resident of Wai'anae Valley Homestead.

On 1/29/13, Leeward Community College (LCC) professors visited Sen. Shimabukuro and other legislators seeking support for plan and design funds for a Native Hawaiian Center for Excellence at LCC’s Pearl City campus. Professor Eiko Kosasa (left) and Associate Professor Momi Kamahele posed in front of a painting by Makaha-born artist Solomon Enos in Maile’s office. Prof. Kamahele teaches history and Hawaiian Studies at LCC and is a resident of Wai’anae Valley Homestead. (Click here for photos of the art in Sen. Shimabukuro’s office.)

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