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Hawaii Narrative Project
8 minutes | Feb 27, 2015
Disclosure & Discovery: Breakaway
Today, Rita Martin tells us about her personal experience with domestic violence and how by helping others, she was able to obtain closure. Music (as it appears): War - Severed Fifth Window #3 - Two Bicycles The Temperature of the Air on the Bow of the Kaleetan - Chris Zabriskie Don't Close Your Eyes (Instrumental) - Josh Woodward
6 minutes | Feb 20, 2015
Getting Out There
Today Dr. Andrea Dewing tells us her views on patient care, and how work done in underserved communities can be improved. We spoke with her just before her departure for Southern California. Music (as it appears): Amerikan Idle - The Impossebulls Pretend and Walk Outside - Krackatoa While She Sleeps (Radio Edit) - The Light Galaxia
8 minutes | Feb 6, 2015
Always With You
Today, Keith tells us how at an early age the harsh reality of life struck him not once, but twice.
8 minutes | Jan 30, 2015
Gilly The Fighter
Gilly Cambra tells us about his exploits in the boxing ring. Knocking opponents out, fighting guys twice his size, and being an overall badass. Music (as it appears): Flute Paradise - Butterfly Tea Floss Suffers From Gamma Radiation - Blue Ducks Champion Babylon - Ain’t No Love
8 minutes | Dec 17, 2014
Ramsay Taum is a business consultant and lecturer who is finding ways to bring Hawaiian Culture to all levels of industry. Today, Ramsay tells us about his experience at the Air Force Academy in Colorado, and how it prepared him for the cultural task he has undertaken. Keyword: Kuleana - responsibility Ke Akua - God Music (as it appears): Floss is Full of Surprise - Blue Ducks Origami - Podington Bear Gratidao - Elipe Ninety Days (Instrumental) - Robin Grey
9 minutes | Nov 20, 2014
Disclosure & Discovery: On The Bus
Kalani Asam is a Native Hawaiian activist who tells us about a bus ride through the American South, less than 10 years after the Civil Rights Act. He describes how the journey from Alabama to Tennessee made him more aware of race, and his own culture.
10 minutes | Nov 13, 2014
Disclosure & Discovery: Like Mr. Spock
Today, Mike Kumukauoha Lee shows us how in delicate situations spiritual power or mana can be used to make things right.
7 minutes | Oct 24, 2014
Disclosure & Discovery: Old Time Love
With the tables turned, the interviewer becomes the interviewee. Today, Aunty Ruby tells us how a boy she met as a youngster, became the man she married.
6 minutes | Oct 17, 2014
Disclosure & Discovery: Pohaku To Pohaku
Pohaku or stones have an essential role in Hawaiian culture, from the pounders used to make poi to the stones used to build a hale, or home. Ki’i pohaku is the Hawaiian art of stone carving or petroglyphs. In this episode we have Hoaka Delos-Reyes, who has taken the ideas of ki’i pohaku and creates many of Hawaii's most amazing stone sculptures. He is also well versed in the traditional method of stone on stone carving. Today, Hoaka tells us about a time when a stone taught the lesson of patience to man who thought he knew it all.
8 minutes | Oct 10, 2014
Disclosure & Discovery: The Prologue
In this episode DeMont Conner recounts how his family name was reclaimed. From his ancestors being cast aside centuries ago, to DeMont coming full circle to take back their place.
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