Bishop Museum Media


Filmed on 16mm in 1965, this student film is set on the University of Hawaiʻi Mānoa campus amid civil rights rallies and antiwar protests. Presents life on campus through the lens of a UHM student and visits the class registration process; classes; student activities like Ka Leo o Hawaiʻi student newspaper and student government; protests and debates and theater. Includes footage of Sinclair Library, the East-West Center, and the John F. Kennedy Theatre.

Languages: English


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