Wai‘anae Community Film Series: this Friday, April 11

From: “KAHEA: The Hawaiian-Environmental Alliance”
Date: April 3, 2014
To: maileshimabukuro@yahoo.com
Subject: Wai’anae Community Film Series, April 11, 2014 – What do Hawaiian Struggles and Black History Have in Common?

KAHEA: The Hawaiian-Environmental Alliance is working in communities around our islands to protect Hawaii‘s native landscapes, sacred places and unique way of life. http://www.kahea.org


Wai‘anae Community Film Series

Understanding the Takeover and How Do We Get Our Land Back?
What do Hawaiian Struggles and Black History Have in Common?

Photo credit: Ed Greevy

Photo credit: Ed Greevy

Come join us for our second Wai‘anae community film series screening! Our next event covers parallels between struggles in Hawai‘i and people of color in the continental U.S.

Friday, April 11
Leeward Community College Wai‘anae campus – 2nd Floor Room 1
5:00 pm – Pupus and socializing
6:00 pm (sharp!) – Screening of Sand Island Story (a Victoria Keith Production) and Black Power Mixtape
7:15 pm – Dinner and Community Discussion
9:00 pm – Pau

Guest speakers will include people intimately involved with these histories, including Carroll Cox, environmental justice activist, and Steve Boggs, UH Anthropology Professor Emeritus.

Facilitated by Lucy Gay of LCC, Pake Salmon of Makaha Angels Productions, and Laurel Mei Turbin of Ethnic Studies UH Manoa.

Please RSVP to Laurel at laurelmei@gmail.com or 388-1383 so that we can get enough food for everybody. Please also spread the word to your friends and ‘ohana about this event.

Event cosponsored by: Concerned Elders of Wai‘anae, DMZ Hawai‘i/Aloha ‘Aina, Hawai‘i Peace and Justice, KAHEA: The Hawaiian-Environmental Alliance, & the Waiʻanae Environmental Justice Working Group. Change we must.

Must we change? We must change!

Our mailing address is:
PO Box 37368
Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96837

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