Stand Tall (Kū Kanaka)
A Native Hawaiian Leader

Stand Tall (Kū Kanaka) - A Native Hawaiian Leader
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Lynnette

This was an excellent video. I recommend to anyone who struggles with being a Hapa Hawaiian in America. It has given some history (manini) that I didn't know as well as a different perspectove. I will watch again.

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