1. HISA Genealogy Resources

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    This film was produced and narrated by Kimberly M. Jackson, MLISc candidate for the University of Hawai‘i, Library and Information Science program as part of the LIS 618 Government Documents term project. If you would like more information on the resources at the Hawai‘i State Archives, please visit ags.hawaii.gov/archives.

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    • Why Hawai`i's Medical School Matters

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      Appreciating the campus' evolution, and its contribution to the people of Hawai'i Nei, in the year the University of Hawai'i celebrates the 50th anniversary of legislation allowing its creation. We hear from a statewide health care system executive, an MD, and a future MD...all of whom live JABSOM's promise ever day. Learn more about us at jabsom.hawaii.edu/news-media/uh-med-now/

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      • Kintsugi

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        A romantic drama about Alex (Mirasol), a young man who ends up in Purgatory instead of the afterlife after he accidentally kills himself following a relationship-ending argument with his girlfriend, Kristen (Chong). In Purgatory, he meets a man (Ramad) who helps him restore the broken pieces in his life, which will forever change the course of his destiny. This is the Capstone final for University of Hawai'i Leeward Community College's Television Production program. Students had to write, direct, produce, and edit their pieces. Alex - Cyril Mirasol Man - Dariq Ramad Kristen - Jacqueline Chong Director - Reiss Kaneshiro Assistant Director - Ranjelo Diaz Director of Photography - Reiss Kaneshiro Assistant Camera - Alben Osaki Gaffer - Mauna Burgess Grip - Dariq Ramad Audio Mixer - Jordan Estioco Editor - Reiss Kaneshiro Production Assistants - Hadji Corpuz, Stephen Meinhardt, Taylon Nieto Special Thanks Robert Oshita Irwin Yamamoto EMC Staff Paige Daida Dillan Clemente Ranjelo Diaz Produced by Latitude Zero Media, LLC.

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        • Hawaii State Archives Genealogy Resources

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          This film was produced and narrated by Kimberly M. Jackson, MLISc candidate for the University of Hawai‘i, Library and Information Science program as part of the LIS 618 Government Documents term project. If you would like more information on the resources at the Hawai‘i State Archives, please visit ags.hawaii.gov/archives.

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          • Wally Ishibashi OHA Testimony & Threats

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            On April 3, 2015, we saw the first and only act of harassment on the mauna by Wally Ishibashi, cultural officer for the Office of Mauna Kea Management. He harassed Lanakila Manguil, our alakaʻi, on the summit of Maunakea. In Wallyʻs testimony at the OHA Board meeting 4/23/15, he stated that workers complained about being harassed by our kanaka. That is false. We uphold ourselves to the kapu aloha in everything that we do. So here is the video of both his testimony and the only harassment that was seen on the mauna.

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            • VOS2 09 Managing Rose Atoll

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              In this episode, we learn about the pristine environment of Samoa's Rose Atoll with monument Manager Frank Pendleton. Frank explains his job as monument manager, working with scientists from across the Pacific to monitor the environmental health of Rose Atoll. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.

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              • VOS2 08 Crown of Thorns Invades Samoa

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                In this episode we visit the National Park in American Samoa with ecologist Tim Clark. We’ll be doing some underwater surveying, looking for outbreaks of the crown of thorns starfish, which is devastating reefs across the Pacific. Tim and his team are also mapping fish habitat in the park, and he’ll talk about the tools and technology they use in their dives. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.

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                • VOS2 07 Studying Samoan Culture

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                  In this episode we talk to ethnographer Micah Van Der Ryn of the Samoan Studies Institute. Micah explains what it is to be an ethnographer as he catalogs the legends, history, and customs of everyday life in Samoa. We’ll also see excerpts from his documentary about Muliava, aslo known as Rose Atoll. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.

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                  • John A. Burns School of Medicine students find their match

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                    The University of Hawaii at Manoa John A. Burns School of Medicine class of 2015 receive their residency assignments on Match Day.

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                    • CPA: Bloopers VOD

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                      In this supplement to Paul Hewitt's series, your students watch as Hewitt's carefully planned experiments go awry. With each unexpected, often humorous result, Hewitt challenges students to figure out "what went wrong," and encourages them to consider traditional laws in a new light.

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