Pa‘a Ke Aupuni: The Reel History of Hawai‘i
Friday Jul 31 07:00 PM
Sunday Aug 02 03:00 PM
Doris Duke Theatre
About the Film:
FREE SCREENING • PRESENTED BY THE OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS
In many ways, Ke Aupuni Hawai‘i, the Hawaiian government, remains pa‘a—steadfast and enduring. Yet “pa‘a” can also describe something that is stuck or retained, in this case by powers holding fast to control over Hawai‘i.
In this unique 60-minute animated history, Pa‘a Ke Aupuni zooms in on key facts to explain how the Hawaiian Kingdom came to be, how it evolved to stand firmly on the international world stage of sovereign nations, and how the United States came to claim Hawai‘i.
Pa‘a Ke Aupuni lays bare the realities of this history. It’s a set of facts we all need to know as the push to reestablish a Hawaiian nation gains momentum.
See the trailer and learn more at kamakakoi.com/paa.
This screening is free, but please select a date above and click on "Purchase Tickets" to reserve a seat. You will not be charged.
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