In Part 2 of this two-part interview, Toni further discusses the Pu'a Foundation's work at the Women's Community Correctional Center (WCCC), including sponsoring the Prison Monologues, live performances based on the writings of incarcerated women. The all-female prisoner cast of the Prison Monologues performs their own writings at schools, community organizations, universities, and government agencies, sharing true stories about their lives, their fears, their relationships with their families, and their personal transformation.
The Pu'a Foundation published in 2011 a textbook, Ua Mau Ke Ea, Sovereignty Endures: An Overview of the Political and Legal History of the Hawaiian islands, by Dr. Keanu Sai, as part of its work in the area of the community healing and well-being and to reconcile the past to the present so a better future can be built together -Ua Mau is part of developing community educational resources to foster a deeper and clearer understanding of Hawai'i's history. The textbook is accompanied by a DVD by filmmaker Kau Sai-Dudoit. Let's listen to Toni discuss the performance, textbook, and DVD.
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