History Day Kalama Intermediate students

This video features History Day projects done by Kalama Intermediate students. Using a HI8 video recorder the students document their trip to Washington D.C. where they eat at a cafeteria, visit the Holocaust Museum, ride the Metro, and meet with a committee. They also present their projects. Topics of the presentations include Tiananmen Square protests of 1989; a project called "Standing Together at Kahikinui," about how Native Hawaiians fought to protect land owned by the Department of Hawaiian Homelands; a project called "Raisin' Cane: Divided We Fall, United We Stand"; and another project on George Helm. The video also includes an interview with students Katrina Niehaus, Meredith Marrowe, and Anna Duvall who talk about their project "Raisin' Cane: Divided We Fall, United We Stand" about the 1946 sugar strike.

Languages: English


  • Public affairs

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