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Sistah Robi

Robi Kahakalau sang her song, “Mākua,” at the Nā Hōkū Hanohano awards this month. It was wonderful to see and hear her tribute to the “pu‘uhonua for the Hawaiians.” Check out this month’s Featured Video to watch the music video.


Hali‘a Aloha

Hali‘a aloha – a loving remembrance of Kekula Bray Crawford. In this August, 1993, video clip, she gives testimony to an international panel of jurists at Ka Ho‘okolokolonui Kanaka Maoli – People’s International Tribunal Hawai‘i, convening at Hāna, Maui. Also … Continue reading


Hali‘a Aloha

Hali‘a aloha – a loving remembrance of Kekula Bray Crawford. In this August, 1993, video clip, she gives testimony to an international panel of jurists at Ka Ho‘okolokolonui Kanaka Maoli – People’s International Tribunal Hawai‘i, convening at Hāna, Maui. Also … Continue reading


Save the date – March 26

Two of our docs, “Mauna Kea – Temple Under Siege” and “Act of War,” will be screening at the Honoka‘a People’s Theatre (Hamakua coast, Hawai‘i island) starting at 6 pm, Wednesday, March 26. Free! Co-producers/directors Joan Lander and Puhipau will … Continue reading


An act of war

At this time of year Hawaiian subjects observe the anniversary of that infamous day in January 1893 when our country and Queen were taken over by foreigners and traitors. Keanu Sai explains the history in one short, user-friendly presentation in … Continue reading


Uncle Harry

Harry Kunihi Mitchell loved to talk. Fortunately for all of us, he shared his mana`o everywhere and with everyone. A cultural and spiritual guide to the fledgling Protect Kaho`olawe `Ohana in the 1970’s, he is remembered as a songwriter, musician … Continue reading


Bernard Punikaia, patriot

This month, the 30th anniversary of the eviction at Hale Mohalu, the Hansen’s Disease facility in Honolulu, we honor Bernard Punikaia, singer, songwriter and advocate for Hansen’s Disease patients world-wide. Arrested with Clarence Naia and numerous supporters, Bernard led the … Continue reading


Southernmost point in Hawaiʻi

Ka Lae (“the point”) in the district of Kaʻū on Hawaiʻi island was home for a while to a family of unique character. They braved the rugged conditions and wild weather and lived without modern conveniences so that they could … Continue reading


Sovereignty returned

Every year July 31 is observed as Ka La Ho’iho’i Ea, the day (La) that the sovereignty (Ea) of the Hawaiian Kingdom was returned (Ho’iho’i). Even though the event occurred in the mid-1800’s, it is still celebrated as a time … Continue reading


A Hawaiian anthem

The musical composition “All Hawai`i Stand Together” by Liko Martin captured the hearts of Hawaiian patriots everywhere back in the 1980′s. This music video features the wahine of the Wai`anae coast and others performing the song. Its popularity was due, … Continue reading