Grab something to eat. Take a break. Get up and stretch. Hang out in the virtual lounge on InSpace. Or stay on Zoom and watch some films while you feast (or fast?).
Theater 1: "This Is the Way We Rise"
Filmmaker Ciara Lacy documents Jamaica Heolimeleikalani Osorio, a Kanaka Maoli wahine poet, activist and academic, and her continued work towards justice for Hawaii’s native population.
Theater 2: "Hawaiian Soul" Filmmakers ‘Āina Paikai and Kaliko Mai‘i present their narrative short-film, based on the true story of Hawaiian hero, George Jarrett Helm Jr. It is a tribute to the legacy of a leader and artist that used his voice to inspire a revolution of consciousness.
Theater 3: "Papa Wa‘a School at Sea" Filmmaker Kaipo Kī‘aha shares the story of the 9th grade students of Hālau Kū Mana whose entire curriculum revolves around traditional voyaging techniques.
Theater 4: "Mālama Honua: Teaching Tomorrow's Navigators" The Kealaiwikuamo‘o Network Engagement team shares the story of how a tiny school in Waimānalo is doing big things for the community, both locally and globally.
*Films may change as we get closer to the date. Any updates to the listings will be made here.
Things you need for this sesh...
A computer (recommended) or a mobile device to engage on Zoom
Reflect and share: How can we use media to amplify our perspectives and stories? Why is it important for us to be the ones telling those stories? Who are some of your favorite kānaka storytellers or scribes? Let's talk about it! Use da hashtag #ahakuka and share your thoughts on your social media platform of choice.
How do you ea?
Share your "Aha!" moments on social media with the hashtag #ahakuka on Twitter or Instagram and we'll do the rest!