Ho‘okū‘oko‘a is a Hawaiian term meaning to cause to stand independently, or to bring about independence. It was the name chosen for a historic gathering of speakers on Hawaiian sovereignty held at the Kamehameha Schools, November 30, 1985.
Kihei Soli Niheu
Peggy Hao Ross
Music by Peter Kealoha and Mike Kahikina.
Also features art works by Imaikalani Kalahele, Alapai Hanapi, Alva Andrews and Charles Mauna Kaohu.
length: 3 hours