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Adam Keawe Manalo-Camp on Queen Liliuʻokalani

Description: Adam describes the homes of Queen Liliuʻokalani at Haleʻākala, Paokalani, Washington Place, Muʻolaulani, and ʻIolani Palace to Nohea Hirahara. Sponsors: Hawaii Council for the Humanities

64 min2018 OCT 8
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Adam Keawe Manalo-Camp on Queen Liliuʻokalani

Adam Keawe Manalo-Camp on Papakōlea

Description: Adam discusses the first group of people that lived in Papakōlea, the area around Papakōlea including Queen Liliuʻokalaniʻs garden. Sponsors: Kamehameha Schools

3 min2018 NOV 6
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Adam Keawe Manalo-Camp on Papakōlea

Mapuana Hayashi-Simpliciano on history of indigenous people of Japan

Interviewed by: Adam Keawe Manalo-Camp Description: Māpuana Hayashi-Simpliciano is a Kanaka Maoli and Ainu rights advocate, educator, scholar, poet and hip-hop artist. Adam and Māpuana discuss King Kalākaua’s role in Japanese migration to Hawaiʻi, treatment of indigenous people of Japan, and how she learned ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi on her bus ride’s home from her hula performances.

57 min2018 NOV 27
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Mapuana Hayashi-Simpliciano on history of indigenous people of Japan

Connie Florez, Producer of films Ke Kulana He Mahu, Kumu Hina, and much more.

Connie Florez is an indigenous film producer and director. She was born in Fairfield California and now lives in Hilo. She has made many influential movies. Connie discusses current projects including, The Glade’s and Koolau the Leper, and past projects, Kumu Hina and Ke Kulana He Mahu. More information on Connie Florez can be found... Read More

53 min2019 JAN 10
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Connie Florez, Producer of films Ke Kulana He Mahu, Kumu Hina, and much more.

Conversation with Aulii Dudiot from the Keys Project

Sponsors: Kamehameha Schools Interviewer: Adam Keawe Manalo-Camp Description: http://keyproject.org/ (808) 239-5777 info@keyproject.org Aulii Dudoit is the Executive Director at KEY Project. The Kualoa-Heeia Ecumenical Youth (KEY) Project was founded in 1968 through the efforts of churches, community residents, and social agencies. The mission of KEY Project is to nurture and promote the cultural, environmental, social,... Read More

16 min2019 JAN 18
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Conversation with Aulii Dudiot from the Keys Project

Hula Circuits and Hawaiian Rooms: Looking at “Mainland” Hawaiians with Kapena Baptista

Kapena’s great grandmother was a kumu hula and ukulele singer. Kapena started researching his roots while at Harvard and produced his thesis on the Hawaiian Room. Baptista interviewed many of the former Hawaiian Room singers at a reunion they held at the Lexington, a nightclub in New York City. Other resources:“Hawaiian Room” the movie: https://www.pbshawaii.org/pbs-hawaii-presents-the-hawaiian-room/More... Read More

55 min2019 JAN 25
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Hula Circuits and Hawaiian Rooms: Looking at “Mainland” Hawaiians with Kapena Baptista

Being Micronesian in Hawai’i

Sha Merirei Ongelungel is a Palauan-American professional rabble rouser. She’s spent the better part of the last two decades working in digital media, finding different ways to combine social media and her special brand of productive pettiness to be a positive force in the community.

85 min2019 FEB 1
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Being Micronesian in Hawai’i

Childhood Education and Trauma Informed Care from a Tongan Perspective

Natasha Hanisi nee Lemoto resides in Sydney, Australia and is a wife and mother of two sons. Born on Ngapui whenua in Te Ika a Maui (also known as North Island, New Zealand), raised in Tonga with Tongan, Samoan, Hawaiian ancestry, she has called Australia home for the past 30 years. She has expertise in... Read More

58 min2019 FEB 8
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Childhood Education and Trauma Informed Care from a Tongan Perspective

Beyond Imelda’s Shoes: Martial Law and Marcos’ Connections to Hawai’i

Romano Cortes Jorge is a journalist and owner of Strawberry Jams Music Studio. He has decades of experience as a newspaper and TV section editor as well as covered important stories in the Philippines. He’ll be talking about his experience under Martial Law under Philippine dictator, Ferdinand Marcos, and the Marcos’ ties to Hawai’i.

61 min2019 FEB 15
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Beyond Imelda’s Shoes: Martial Law and Marcos’ Connections to Hawai’i

Chamorro Land and Sovereignty

Ned Pablo of Guåhan is an Indigenous Chamorro and grassroots activist from the Marianas Islands and this is his story about Chamorro sovereignty and a message for all our Pacific Island brothers and sisters of the Pacific.

57 min2019 FEB 22
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Chamorro Land and Sovereignty

Latest Episodes

Adam Keawe Manalo-Camp on Queen Liliuʻokalani

Description: Adam describes the homes of Queen Liliuʻokalani at Haleʻākala, Paokalani, Washington Place, Muʻolaulani, and ʻIolani Palace to Nohea Hirahara. Sponsors: Hawaii Council for the Humanities

64 min2018 OCT 8
Comments
Adam Keawe Manalo-Camp on Queen Liliuʻokalani

Adam Keawe Manalo-Camp on Papakōlea

Description: Adam discusses the first group of people that lived in Papakōlea, the area around Papakōlea including Queen Liliuʻokalaniʻs garden. Sponsors: Kamehameha Schools

3 min2018 NOV 6
Comments
Adam Keawe Manalo-Camp on Papakōlea

Mapuana Hayashi-Simpliciano on history of indigenous people of Japan

Interviewed by: Adam Keawe Manalo-Camp Description: Māpuana Hayashi-Simpliciano is a Kanaka Maoli and Ainu rights advocate, educator, scholar, poet and hip-hop artist. Adam and Māpuana discuss King Kalākaua’s role in Japanese migration to Hawaiʻi, treatment of indigenous people of Japan, and how she learned ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi on her bus ride’s home from her hula performances.

57 min2018 NOV 27
Comments
Mapuana Hayashi-Simpliciano on history of indigenous people of Japan

Connie Florez, Producer of films Ke Kulana He Mahu, Kumu Hina, and much more.

Connie Florez is an indigenous film producer and director. She was born in Fairfield California and now lives in Hilo. She has made many influential movies. Connie discusses current projects including, The Glade’s and Koolau the Leper, and past projects, Kumu Hina and Ke Kulana He Mahu. More information on Connie Florez can be found... Read More

53 min2019 JAN 10
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Connie Florez, Producer of films Ke Kulana He Mahu, Kumu Hina, and much more.

Conversation with Aulii Dudiot from the Keys Project

Sponsors: Kamehameha Schools Interviewer: Adam Keawe Manalo-Camp Description: http://keyproject.org/ (808) 239-5777 info@keyproject.org Aulii Dudoit is the Executive Director at KEY Project. The Kualoa-Heeia Ecumenical Youth (KEY) Project was founded in 1968 through the efforts of churches, community residents, and social agencies. The mission of KEY Project is to nurture and promote the cultural, environmental, social,... Read More

16 min2019 JAN 18
Comments
Conversation with Aulii Dudiot from the Keys Project

Hula Circuits and Hawaiian Rooms: Looking at “Mainland” Hawaiians with Kapena Baptista

Kapena’s great grandmother was a kumu hula and ukulele singer. Kapena started researching his roots while at Harvard and produced his thesis on the Hawaiian Room. Baptista interviewed many of the former Hawaiian Room singers at a reunion they held at the Lexington, a nightclub in New York City. Other resources:“Hawaiian Room” the movie: https://www.pbshawaii.org/pbs-hawaii-presents-the-hawaiian-room/More... Read More

55 min2019 JAN 25
Comments
Hula Circuits and Hawaiian Rooms: Looking at “Mainland” Hawaiians with Kapena Baptista

Being Micronesian in Hawai’i

Sha Merirei Ongelungel is a Palauan-American professional rabble rouser. She’s spent the better part of the last two decades working in digital media, finding different ways to combine social media and her special brand of productive pettiness to be a positive force in the community.

85 min2019 FEB 1
Comments
Being Micronesian in Hawai’i

Childhood Education and Trauma Informed Care from a Tongan Perspective

Natasha Hanisi nee Lemoto resides in Sydney, Australia and is a wife and mother of two sons. Born on Ngapui whenua in Te Ika a Maui (also known as North Island, New Zealand), raised in Tonga with Tongan, Samoan, Hawaiian ancestry, she has called Australia home for the past 30 years. She has expertise in... Read More

58 min2019 FEB 8
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Childhood Education and Trauma Informed Care from a Tongan Perspective

Beyond Imelda’s Shoes: Martial Law and Marcos’ Connections to Hawai’i

Romano Cortes Jorge is a journalist and owner of Strawberry Jams Music Studio. He has decades of experience as a newspaper and TV section editor as well as covered important stories in the Philippines. He’ll be talking about his experience under Martial Law under Philippine dictator, Ferdinand Marcos, and the Marcos’ ties to Hawai’i.

61 min2019 FEB 15
Comments
Beyond Imelda’s Shoes: Martial Law and Marcos’ Connections to Hawai’i

Chamorro Land and Sovereignty

Ned Pablo of Guåhan is an Indigenous Chamorro and grassroots activist from the Marianas Islands and this is his story about Chamorro sovereignty and a message for all our Pacific Island brothers and sisters of the Pacific.

57 min2019 FEB 22
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Chamorro Land and Sovereignty
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