1. Hawaiian Culture in Today's Mainstream Media with Na'alehu Anthony and Amy Kalili

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    Hosts Jason Sua-Paia and David Siano speak with Na'alehu Anthony (Palikū Documentary Films) and Amy Kalili (Hawaiian News Now) about the preservation of the Hawaiian culture and language.

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    • Kamehameha Schools A'O Makua Commercial

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      Kamehameha Schools Distance Learning

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      • Keola Akana Demo Reel Sept 2013

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        Demo reel of cultural interviews for the Hawaiian Cultural series called Kumukahi. For more information on auditions and bookings call 808.457.6800 or email Keola@oiwi.com Big, big mahalo to brother…

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        • PBS Hawaii - HIKI NŌ: Focus on Hawaiian Culture

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          Halau Ku Mana Public Charter School graduate Nohea Miller and Halau Ku Mana Senior Olu Schaller host a special compilation show of past HIKI NŌ stories that focus on Hawaiian culture. Included are:…

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          • Student support program at the University of Hawaii–West Oahu based in Hawaiian culture

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            University of Hawaii–West Oahu's Kealaikahiki Native Hawaiian Student Support Program provides services in a Hawaiian environment. Kealaikahiki offers tutoring in math, science, Hawaiian language…

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            • Eyes of the Queen: Closeup

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              A series of photos of Hawaii's last queen, Lili'uokalani. Arranged in chronological order, taken throughout her life (1838 - 1917). By the Hawaii Forgiveness Project, http://www.hawaiiforgivenessproject.org

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              • 20-Weaving a Ti-Leaf Lei

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                Weaving a lei is two skills -- one inside -- thoughtfulness, attention, peace -- and one outside -- craftsmanship, dexterity. The ti-leaf lei is used to honor ali’i and others of high respect. Lei…

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                • sheri-kapa-movie

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                  This short video briefly describes the process of making kapa and the potential for students to learn in and through the art of kapa.

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                  • kapa-making-document-nov-23-20120

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                    This video documents beating the kapa cloth (kuku pa'upa'u). These kapa were being made for wrapping bones (iwi) for reburial. November 23, 2012

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                    • Journey to Justice: A Conversation with Momiala Kamahele and Eiko Kosasa (Part 1 of 2)

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                      Running Time: approx. 28 min. Momiala Kamahele is a Kumu Hula (master hula teacher and practitioner) and an Assistant professor of Hawaiian Studies at Leeward Community College in Hawai‘i. Although…

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