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  • Ekela Kaniaupio-CrozierJan 29, 2012 at 4:04 pm

    Mahalo nui iā ‘oe, e Mehana, no kāu ‘ōlelo ho’omaika’i i ka mo’olelo wikiō ‘o Papa Mau: The Wayfinder. The filmmaker, Nā’ālehu Anthony received many praises that evening lauding Papa’s foresight to share his knowledge of navigation with our people that one day we may be able to return the knowledge to his own lāhui from Satawal. Papa Mau will forever be remembered in the hearts of those he shared his life with here in Hawai’i, however through this film, his aloha for our lāhui Hawai’i will inspire all who have an opportunity to view it. The CRB will have a copy soon.

    Perhaps you may have missed the ad that played on the screen that evening announcing the next film in Ka Huliau Film & Lecture Series. We will be featuring “Black Grace: From Cannon’s Creek to Jacob’s Pillow” on Thursday, February 16 at 6 pm in Keōpūolani Hale. This documentary is about an award winning dance troupe from Aotearoa that “fuses traditional Pacific and contemporary dance forms” . Once again this event is free and open to the public, especially our students and their ‘ohana.

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Review: ‘Papa Mau: The Wayfinder’ inspires, perpetuates