Ka Wai Ola - The Living Water of OHA
Ka Wai Ola o OHA - The Living Water of OHA is a free, monthly newspaper of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs. Ka Wai Ola effectively serves the Hawaiian community by reporting on critical issues that impact not only Hawaiians, but the community at-large, and is posted online.
Ka Wai Ola o OHA is mailed each month to homes statewide and on the continent. Copies are available at all public libraries, and are distributed to Hawaiian agencies and offices throughout the islands. Annual readership surveys help to shape the publication with public input, ensuring its optimum effectiveness as a communication tool for all Hawaiians.
Approximate monthly circulation (as of July 2011): 57,000 50,000 distributed by mail 7,000 distributed through the OHA island offices, state and county offices, private and community agencies and target groups and individuals.
Native Hawaiians in the Criminal Justice System
The Disparate Treatment of Native Hawaiians in the Criminal Justice System was written at the request of the Hawai‘i state legislature following the approval of House Concurrent Resolution 27, and was compiled through research by the Washington, D.C.-based Justice Policy Institute (JPI), and experts at the University of Hawai‘i and Georgetown University.
Hoʻoulu Lāhui Aloha TV
Hoʻoulu Lāhui Aloha TV is a series of one-hour roundtable discussion shows on Hawaiian issues, produced by OHA staff at Olelo communtiy television. Topics include current information on Hawaiian history, culture, politics, events, and language. "Hooulu Lahui Aloha" airs on Oahu on NATV Channel 53 every Thursday night at 7 p.m., and is also broadcast on several community-access channels on the Neighbor islands and U.S. continent. To view the show online at the same time it airs on Oahu, click on the "NATV-Channel 53" link in the OLELONET.