Before you say, Hawaii is part of America (the U. S.), I realize that, but, it's almost like the island state is like a completely different nation, with their culture. So, is OK for the rest of us to take an interest in their traditions?
Most Helpful Girl
I'm Hawaiian, in high school we had to do culture day for our dance team so I had to learn a dance and make food for my culture. It was cool how much people took an interest. I like it.0
Most Helpful Guy
It actually used to be an independent Country...
Introducing the Kingdom of Hawaii.
The former Coat of Arms of Hawaii.
The first Hawaiian Flag.
The final Hawaiian Flag. Today it is still used as the State Flag of Hawaii.
Biography of the first King of Hawaii. King Kamehameha the First. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamehameha_I
Biography of the last Queen of Hawaii. Queen Liliuokalani.
Hawaii Ponoi. Hawaii's former national anthem. en.wikipedia.org/.../Hawai%CA%BBi_Pono%CA%BB%C4%AB
The truth is everyone needs to know is that Hawaii's overthrow was illegal. This was done by United States government interests. To do your research you should read more about this online, and I am saying that as a New Yorker, and an American. So good luck doing all that.0