First Friday : The Unauthorized News : Special Guest Ngugi wa Thiongo (October 1997)
Updates on the PASH decision, Senate Bill 8, the subsequent resolutions, and more legislative attempts to reduce and regulate Native Hawaiian traditional and customary rights; possible change in leadership at OHA (Office of Hawaiian Affairs), Clayton Hee's loss of the majority, and events leading to current changes. Discussion with Ngugi Wa Thiongo, African novelist and playwright, about the oppression of colonialism, his role in the national struggle in Kenya, using the native language as opposed to that of the colonizer, neo-colonialism, resistance, and decolonization. Viewer questions and comments.
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