Aloha ʻAina Film and talk story series on "Malama Honua" - Event Details
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Aloha ʻAina Film and talk story series on "Malama Honua"
Location: UH Hilo Science and Technology Bldg. Room 108
The Aloha ʻAina Film & talk story Series on "Malama Honua" is bringing Toby McLeod to Hilo to present a four-part documentary series showing how indigenous communities are resisting threats to their sacred places in a growing movement to defend human rights and restore the environment.
“Fire & Ice” and “Islands of Sanctuary” will be presented on September 19 (4:30 - 5:30 and 5:45 - 6:45, respectively). All showings will be held at the UH Hilo Science & Technology Bldg. Room 108
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