15 thoughts on “Historical Documentary Film “Ua Mau Ke Ea” Showing in Hilo’s Palace Theater April 7th

  1. Righteous!! I have to admit, that book itself is like a bible! So is the DVD! Its the only book in general I enjoy reading more than once! Not to mention what I love about that book is that unlike other Hawaii history books, it gives out its sources for people to find where they got the information instead of just saying and presenting it as fact! And I’ve confirmed some of those sources during the reading! Of course, I cannot blame the other history books just as much as I cannot blame anyone when it comes to Hawaii’s history because we’ve been subjected to propaganda and indoctrination! But that book and DVD starts to take that all away!

    • aloha Kopaa… i just reserved a copy at my local library,,, you can go online to get it… hey … but if you can make it on the 7th please do…take your ohana… witness Dr Sais humor and charm as he takes you from the pass to the future… its at the end…q and a… that leaves me with that hunger for more… to our Hawaiian Nation…onipaa

  2. Aloha Keanu and Kaui,
    R U posting the transcript of the Q and A after the showing. I would be wonderful to hear the questions asked and the answers. I am anxious to have you all come to Kauai and have the same thing done here. God bless all of you.
    Chandler and Baptista Ohana

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