Huli: Kokua Hawaii and the Beginning of the Revolutionary Movement in Contemporary Hawaiʻi premiered at the 2020 HIFF Fall Festival, and is now available for streaming to the UH Community. You can find the film via the library’s website, or visit:
Huli is accessible to all students and staff in the UH Community via UH Streaming Videos.
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From Ulukau: “Marchers protest Kalama Valley evictions and threats to surf sites at this joint Save Our Surf (SOS)/Kōkua Hawaiʻi demonstration at the state capitol. Kōkua Hawaiʻi is the name the Kalama Valley eviction protesters gave to their organization.”
From Ulukau: “TV news reporters interview Hawaiian activist Moani Akaka during Kalama Valley occupation and standoff with the Bishop Estate.”
From Ulukau: “George Santos’ pig farm had been evicted from several places before he said, ‘The Bishop Estate will evict me over my dead body,’ sparking a major political/social movement still felt today in Hawaiʻi.”