Ka Lāhui Hawaiʻi ceremony and announcement of the Hoʻokupu Master Plan at Mauna ʻAla 1/14/1995
Ka Lāhui Hawaiʻi ceremony and announcement of the Hoʻokupu Master Plan at Mauna Ala held on January 14, 1995. Begins with procession into Mauna ʻAla royal mausoleum, welcomed and led by Kumu John Lake. Next, members give hoʻokupu to the aliʻi and mōʻī buried there. Mililani Trask makes a speech and announces the Ka Lāhui Hawaiʻi Hoʻokupu Master Plan, followed by speakers including Owana Salazar. The footage ends with an interview with Trask about the Master Plan and Hawaiian issues including Hawaiian mental health, sovereignty, Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, Office of Hawaiian Affairs, land, budget and funding, and the proposed plan by the U.S. to return 23% of military lands including Lualualei. Includes oli and hula.
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