Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum

Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum A cultural museum about Americans of African descent To honor the Birthplace of the 44th U.S. President Barack Obama and his early childhood to empower preK-12 to prepare students in school for future leadership roles in the community.
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The African American Diversity Cultural Center Hawai'i (AADCCH) museum repository collects and archives historical documentation to preserve 200 years of Black history in Hawai'i and share it with the community to educate and enhance cultural appreciation.

The African American Diversity Cultural Center Hawai'i (AADCCH) museum repository collects and archives historical documentation to preserve 200 years of Black history in Hawai'i and share it with the community to educate and enhance cultural appreciation.

Mission: Amalgamation of Ethnic Cultural Diversity and Community Collaboration to Share the Black Cultural Experience with the People of Hawai'i.

Operating as usual

‼️ DEADLINE EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 2 💫 Support the Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum through Foodland’s Give Aloha Campaign 💫❓...
10/01/2020

‼️ DEADLINE EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 2

💫 Support the Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum through Foodland’s Give Aloha Campaign 💫

❓ How It Works

Until October 2, 2020, customers are invited to make donations of up to $249 to participating Hawaii non-profit organizations at checkout. Donations are accepted at any Foodland, Sack N Save or Foodland Farms checkout. Foodland and the Western Union Foundation will match a portion of each donation. Individuals must use their own Maika'i number to make a donation. Donations made without a Maika'i number will not be matched.

💸 How to Donate

At checkout, present your Maika'i card (or provide your number) and inform the cashier that you would like to make a donation to the African American Diversity Cultural Center, code number 77002. If you do not have a Maika'i card/number, you may request to establish one. Your donation will be added to your grocery purchase total. You may donate up to $249 per organization; any portion exceeding $249 will not be matched. The amount you donate and the name of our organization will appear on your receipt. Donations must be payable to Foodland or Sack N Save.

🧾 Acknowledgement of Your Donation

Donor names will not be released to our organization. Therefore, if you would like to us to know of your gift, please contact us directly so that we may properly acknowledge your gift. You may ask the cashier for a duplicate receipt to submit to us.

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💫 Support the Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum through Foodland’s Give Aloha Campaign 💫❓ How It WorksFrom September 1-30, ...
09/14/2020

💫 Support the Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum through Foodland’s Give Aloha Campaign 💫

❓ How It Works

From September 1-30, customers are invited to make donations of up to $249 to participating Hawaii non-profit organizations at checkout. Donations are accepted at any Foodland, Sack N Save or Foodland Farms checkout. Foodland and the Western Union Foundation will match a portion of each donation. Individuals must use their own Maika'i number to make a donation. Donations made without a Maika'i number will not be matched.

💸 How to Donate

At checkout, present your Maika'i card (or provide your number) and inform the cashier that you would like to make a donation to the African American Diversity Cultural Center, code number 77002. If you do not have a Maika'i card/number, you may request to establish one. Your donation will be added to your grocery purchase total. You may donate up to $249 per organization; any portion exceeding $249 will not be matched. The amount you donate and the name of our organization will appear on your receipt. Donations must be payable to Foodland or Sack N Save.

🧾 Acknowledgment of Your Donation

Donor names will not be released to our organization. Therefore, if you would like to us to know of your gift, please contact us directly so that we may properly acknowledge your gift. You may ask the cashier for a duplicate receipt to submit to us.

#obamahimuseum #obamamuseummembers
#blackhistory #hawaiianafricanahistory #africanamericanhistory
#hawaiianhistory #makehistory
#preservehistory #racialequality
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Charles A. Cottrill (first row, third from left), an attorney, arrived in Honolulu with his wife and son in 1911. He was...
09/11/2020

Charles A. Cottrill (first row, third from left), an attorney, arrived in Honolulu with his wife and son in 1911. He was appointed by President Taft and confirmed by Congress to be the tax collector (Internal Revenue Service) for the Territory of Hawai‘i. A distinguished well-educated black man, Cottrill was interested in Republican politics and was welcomed by Hawaii’s Big Five corporations. They invited him to join several prestigious clubs and organizations. His son attended Punahou School (@punahouschool ), a private institution established by missionaries.

Source 📖: African Americans in Hawai’i by D. Molentia Guttman and Ernest Golden
📷: Courtesy of Bishop Museum

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❓Did you know...👮🏿‍♀️🌴🌺 in 1915, Pedro José, a Cabo Verdean policeman, was known as the “Hula Cop” due to his innovative...
09/05/2020

❓Did you know...

👮🏿‍♀️🌴🌺 in 1915, Pedro José, a Cabo Verdean policeman, was known as the “Hula Cop” due to his innovative traffic directing in Honolulu?

Source 📖: African Americans in Hawai’i by D. Molentia Guttman and Ernest Golden
📷: Courtesy of the Hawai’i State Archives

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💫 #FlashbackFriday 💫🌴 Frank Paiva Jr. was born in Kaupa’a on Hawai’i Island (Big Island) on May 26, 1892.  🖤 He was call...
09/04/2020

💫 #FlashbackFriday 💫

🌴 Frank Paiva Jr. was born in Kaupa’a on Hawai’i Island (Big Island) on May 26, 1892.

🖤 He was called “Tupert,” derives from “preto” (Portuguese word for “black”).

🇧🇷 His father, Frank Paiva Sr., was born in Parana, Brazil, in 1861.

🚢 When Frank Sr. Was old enough, he was hired as a seaman on a commercial ship sailing the high seas. He jumped ship in Hilo and made the Big Island his home. He met Frank Jr.’s mother, Shedrina Alice, who came to Hawai’i from Portugal.

💝 🎩 👰🏾 Frank Jr. married Mary daSilva in Papaikou, Hawai’i, as seen here on their wedding day. They had four children—Manuel, Annie, Florence, and Albert. Their descendants still live in the islands.

Source 📖: African Americans in Hawai’i by D. Molentia Guttman and Ernest Golden
📷: Courtesy of D.P. Swinford

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📰 #ThrowbackThursday #TBT 📰During World War II, African American enlisted men often served as laborers. Their jobs were ...
09/04/2020

📰 #ThrowbackThursday #TBT 📰

During World War II, African American enlisted men often served as laborers. Their jobs were to load supplies on ships in preparation for the invasion against the Japanese in the Mariana Islands. Despite the hardships and second-class status of black soldiers, their role was important in every aspect of strategic planning to win the war.

📖: African Americans in Hawai’i by D. Molentia Guttman and Ernest Golden
📷: Courtesy of the National Military Archives

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✨ Happy Women’s Equality Day! ✨For our #WednesdayWisdom, we feature Mary Ellen Pleasant (19 August 1814 – 4 January 1904...
08/26/2020

✨ Happy Women’s Equality Day! ✨

For our #WednesdayWisdom, we feature Mary Ellen Pleasant (19 August 1814 – 4 January 1904), who was a successful 19th-century American entrepreneur, financier, real estate magnate and abolitionist. She identified herself as “a capitalist by profession” in the 1890 United States Census. In her autobiography published in San Francisco’s Pandex of the Press in January 1902, she stated her mother was a full blooded Louisiana negress and her father was a native Kanaka (Hawaiian).

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🎉🎂🌟Happy Birthday to our 44th U.S. President Barack Obama, who was born on August 4, 1961 in Honolulu, Hawai’i! 🎨: @reco...
08/04/2020

🎉🎂🌟Happy Birthday to our 44th U.S. President Barack Obama, who was born on August 4, 1961 in Honolulu, Hawai’i!

🎨: @recorddesigns

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☀️ Wishing you all a safe and blessed Sunday from our families to yours!🤙🏽 Pictured: Former Museum Board Chair and Curre...
08/02/2020

☀️ Wishing you all a safe and blessed Sunday from our families to yours!

🤙🏽 Pictured: Former Museum Board Chair and Current Board Member Marie Milks (retired judge) and her family on their 3-mile Obama Birthday Walk!

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The Hawaii Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta @dstinc1913 showing up in their Obama Birthday Walk swag and supporting ...
08/02/2020

The Hawaii Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta @dstinc1913 showing up in their Obama Birthday Walk swag and supporting the Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum today!

Thank you to all of our supporters and participants including but not limited to:
❤️The Hawaii Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta
✅ @hawaiimedicalcollege
✅ @asbhawaii
✅ Nick Smallwood
✅ Retired Judge Marie Milks
✅ Deloris Guttman
🎨 @kameahadar
🎨 @recorddesigns
💯 Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum Board Members

Special shout out to the Obama Birthday Walk and Marketing Committee: Museum Treasurer Debbie Dolic, Community Advisor Monique Augusta, and Board Members Barbara Ankersmit and Miyoko Pettit-Toledo

🎉🎂🎊 Happy Birthday, @barackobama!

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🎉🎂🎊 TODAY is the DAY!!📸 Don’t forget to post your Obama Birthday Walk pictures using the hashtag #2020ObamaBirthdayWalk ...
08/02/2020

🎉🎂🎊 TODAY is the DAY!!

📸 Don’t forget to post your Obama Birthday Walk pictures using the hashtag #2020ObamaBirthdayWalk or send them to us at [email protected]!

💯Here’s our team looking fabulous and getting ready for our Zoom opening ceremony celebration! We have supporters tuning in from Maryland to Hawaii to China—don’t miss it at 8:00 a.m. Hawaii Standard Time!

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#hawaiianhistory #makehistory
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#InThisTogether

Obama Museum Board Members and Community Advisors showing off their support for the Obama Birthday WalkRegister Today! w...
08/02/2020

Obama Museum Board Members and Community Advisors showing off their support for the Obama Birthday Walk
Register Today! www.obamabirthdaywalk.com

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Ms. Black Hawai'i showing off her crown and Obama Birthday Walk t-shirt. Looking good Queen! Show your support! Consider...
08/02/2020

Ms. Black Hawai'i showing off her crown and Obama Birthday Walk t-shirt. Looking good Queen!

Show your support! Consider making a donation or purchase a t-shirt at www.obamabirthdaywalk.com
Hope is our mantra... Yes We Can!

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🚨 NEWS ALERT!!!We are excited to announce that our featured Guest Speaker for the 2020 Obama Virtual Birthday Walk is @k...
07/29/2020

🚨 NEWS ALERT!!!

We are excited to announce that our featured Guest Speaker for the 2020 Obama Virtual Birthday Walk is @kameahadar

🎨 Muralist/Artist Kamea Hadar painted the mural of @barackobama near Kapiolani x Ward in 2016.

✅ Sign up and register for our Zoom program at the link in bio and listen to Kamea speak about his mural, the story behind it, history and the arts.

Repost 📸: @_andrewtran and @jonasmaon

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The Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum Board Members are ready for the Obama Virtual Birthday Walk on Sunday, August 2, 2020...
07/26/2020

The Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum Board Members are ready for the Obama Virtual Birthday Walk on Sunday, August 2, 2020! 🤙🏽😊

💛🧡🖤 Will you be joining us?

Go to the link in bio and don’t forget to:
✅ Register for the Walk
✅ Register for the Zoom program
✅ Buy your unique 2020 Obama Birthday Walk T-Shirt designed by @recorddesigns
✅ Donate!!!
✅ Send us your photos using the hashtag #2020ObamaBirthdayWalk or email them to [email protected]
✅ Follow us @obamahimuseum

#obamahimuseum #supportlocal @ Honolulu, Hawaii

In 1823, Betsey Stockton, an educator and nurse, was one of the first African women to come to the Hawaiian Islands with...
07/23/2020

In 1823, Betsey Stockton, an educator and nurse, was one of the first African women to come to the Hawaiian Islands with the Stewart family as missionaries. She was the first African American woman to learn the Hawaiian language—‘Ōlelo Hawai’i—and the first woman to establish a school at Lahainaluna for commoners.

🎨: Deloris Guttman, Archives of the Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum

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On this #MotivationMonday, choose hope over fear. 🌟“We choose hope over fear. We see the future not as something out of ...
07/21/2020

On this #MotivationMonday, choose hope over fear. 🌟

“We choose hope over fear. We see the future not as something out of control, but as something we can shape for the better through concerted and collective effort.”
-Barack Obama

At the Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum, we work together through the concerted and collective efforts of our Board Members, Community Advisors, volunteers, and supporters to preserve African American history in Hawaii and to honor our 44th U.S. President for present and future generations. We seek to educate our keiki and honor our ancestors.

Will you join us? 🤙🏽
Sign up for a membership 💌
or join the Obama Birthday Walk 👣
or buy a t-shirt 👕👚
— all at the link in bio. 👆🏽

HOPE IS OUR MANTRA...YES WE CAN! ❤️

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Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum
07/17/2020

Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum

😎 Get your SWAG for the Obama Virtual Birthday Walk on August 2, 2020!‼️NOTICE: Due to unforeseen circumstances, the off...
07/16/2020

😎 Get your SWAG for the Obama Virtual Birthday Walk on August 2, 2020!

‼️NOTICE: Due to unforeseen circumstances, the official Obama Birthday Walk T-shirt has been REVISED.

🔴⚫️🟡 The new tricolor original design logo will be on a white T-shirt.

🔜 Available sizes: S to XXL. Limited quantities in stock so get your order in now!

👕 Place your order at www.obamabirthdaywalk.com/shop.
Artist: Christina Record, @recorddesigns

💯 Don’t miss this opportunity to show your support for the Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum!

✏️👜 REGISTER for the Walk and SHOP at the link in bio.

✨ When you register for the walk, you automatically become a member of the museum and help to make a permanent museum possible.

❤️ HOPE IS OUR MANTRA...YES WE CAN!!

#obamahimuseum #obamamuseummembers
#blackhistory #hawaiianafricanahistory #africanamericanhistory #SupportObamaHIMuseum #ObamaBirthdayWalk
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#TalkStoryTuesdayIn conjunction with the @nationalparkservice, the Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum supported the creation...
07/14/2020

#TalkStoryTuesday

In conjunction with the @nationalparkservice, the Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum supported the creation, content and placement of this historic monument placard to memorialize Anthony Allen and his property in Waikiki, which he received from the High Priest Hewahewa for his services as advisor to King Kamehameha I. The six acre property in Waikiki featured his home and business, the first hotel, a hospital for recuperating seamen, and the first fresh water well on Oahu. His property was eventually sold in 1845.

📍In 1926, the site of his property became Washington Middle School in Honolulu, where the historic placard memorializing Anthony Allen can now be viewed.

🌅 The Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum, while searching for its permanent home, is committed to preserving these stories of Hawaiian Africana history and educating Hawaii’s children and the community about this history.

✏️ Please support the museum with these types of projects and endeavors by becoming a member of the museum, signing up for the Obama Birthday Walk, and/or making a donation. More information at the link in bio.

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#InThisTogether
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#HawaiiDepartmentofEducation
#WashingtonMiddleSchool
#KingKamehamehaTheGreat
#AnthonyAllen
#JourneyToFreedom

On this #MotivationMonday, spread some ALOHA! 🌴😎🌴“I try to explain to them about the Aloha Spirit...And it’s that spirit...
07/14/2020

On this #MotivationMonday, spread some ALOHA! 🌴😎🌴

“I try to explain to them about the
Aloha Spirit...And it’s that spirit that I am absolutely convinced is what America is looking for right now.”
-Barack Obama

🌺🤙🏽🌈 How do you show your Aloha Spirit?

#MotivationMonday
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😎 Get your SWAG for the Obama Virtual Birthday Walk on August 2, 2020!👕 T-shirts (black) with a one-of-a-kind logo are o...
07/12/2020

😎 Get your SWAG for the Obama Virtual Birthday Walk on August 2, 2020!

👕 T-shirts (black) with a one-of-a-kind logo are on sale at www.obamabirthdaywalk.com/shop. 🎨Artist (2nd picture): Christina Record, @recorddesigns

‼️ Don’t miss this opportunity to show your support for the Obama Hawaiian Africana Museum!

✏️👕 REGISTER for the Walk and SHOP at the link in bio.

✨ When you register for the walk, you automatically become a member of the museum and help to make a permanent museum possible.

❤️ HOPE IS OUR MANTRA...YES WE CAN!!

#obamahimuseum #obamamuseummembers
#blackhistory #hawaiianafricanahistory #africanamericanhistory #SupportObamaHIMuseum #ObamaBirthdayWalk
#InThisTogether
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#SundaySwag #SundayVibes
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Address

1311 Kapiolani Blvd, Ste 203
Honolulu, HI
96814

General information

African American Diversity Cultural Center Hawaii (AADCCH) collaborates with National Park Service and Navy Region Hawaii.

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00

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(808) 597-1341

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We Joined Kwanzaa Celebration with AADCC in Hawaii 2017 and had a wonderful time. We met exciting people and can't wait until next year celebration. Thank you AADCCH!