DVD/INS Halia Aloha: Thomas Maunupau, Jr.


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Format: DVD; 16 minutes

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Hali’a Aloha – Thomas K. Maunupau, Jr.

The Hawaiian words, hali’a aloha, mean “a fond remembrance” or a “cherished or loving memory.”

This video contains short clips from various events at which Thomas Kananimauloa Maunupau, Jr., beloved kupuna and patriot, participated through words and song.

  • Sovereign Sunday – Jan. 12, 1992
  • Ka La Ho’iho’i Ea – July 31, 1992
  • Ka La Ho’iho’i Ea – July 31, 1993
  • Sovereign Sunday – Jan. 18, 1998
  • Interview – June 20, 1997

Edited on the occasion of Uncle Tommy’s passing.

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Weight 0.5 lbs