Kaumakaiwa Kanaka'ole, Maiki Aiu Lake, the Kahauanu Lake Trio, Kalani Pe'a, y Kamakakehau, mele a me 'oli yo encanto. Kumu Hina https://kumuhina.com a me kona 'A Place in the Middle' documentary. Nā pūka, "Ho'onani" "Hawaiʻiʻs Story by Hawaiʻiʻs Queen" "Naeʻoleʻs Race to Save a King" "Plants of Hawaiʻian Medicine", a me anything by Haunani-Kay Trask, as @Keanu43 writes, a Kanaka Maoli wahine a me sovereignty activist.
Keali'i Reichel, Uncle Wille K, Israel Kamakawiwo
ole, Na Wai Eha, Raiatea Helm, Gabby Pahinui are all musicians/bands that play Hawaiian music inōlelo Hawai`i.
Haunani-Kay Trask, Light In the Crevice Never Seen,
Lost Kingdom:Hawaii's Last Queen, the sugar kings and America's First Imperial Adventure by Julia Flynn Siler are great places to start reading, the first book being poetry by a Native Hawaiian woman and Hawaiian rights activist