DVD Ua Mau Ke Ea: A Historical Documentary of Hawaii

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Prepare yourself for a virtual mind-walk through the historical plateaus of the Hawaiian Islands.

Ua Mau Ke Ea takes its audiences on a fascinating journey through the legal history of the Hawaiian Islands as it examines key events which shaped the law and politics of Polynesia’s first recognized nation state.

Sight and sound, the film makers merge sophisticated cinematography and clever writing to produce a beautiful kapa of Hawaii’s true legal history.

This is the Historical Documentary – which is the Academic Version that accompanies the Textbook. The Foundation has developed the UA MAU KE EA Collection, a textbook, this historical documentary and a theatrical version as community educational resources. The Collection is offered as tools to support community learning for families, students, teachers, pastors, lay people, business professionals, counselors, anyone. Facing future – Ka Wa Ma Hope – learning from our ancestors, our aliʻi, those of the past who have dealt with adversity and have overcome, provides inspirational examples of positive change today.

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Part of the healing process is the ability to explain complex situations in stories.  This storytelling documentary provides sight and sound to help foster understanding and healing as well as giving Ua Mau Ke Ea film makers the ability to merge sophisticated cinematography and clever writing to produce a beautiful kapa of Hawaii’s true legal history.

Ua Mau Ke Ea is an excellent overview about the historical events of the overthrow of the Hawaiian Constitutional Monarch in 1893.  The DVD will lead you through a virtual mind-walk through the historical plateaus of the Hawaiian Islands.  It’s a fascinating journey about Hawaii’s legal history as it examines key events that have shaped the law and politics of Polynesia’s first recognized nation state.

1 review for DVD Ua Mau Ke Ea: A Historical Documentary of Hawaii

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Charles Kamuela Jacobs

    Very well structured format and chronologically gives a condensed history of Hawaii. The book maintains your interest to keep you reading well beyond your pre-planned reading time while attempting to digest 100+ years of history in one setting. It takes you back to early history and brings you forward in time with an abundance of information to enlighten your journey’s path. Highly recommended for those who want to know the truth of their Hawaiian history and the short-comings of their previous knowledge of Hawaii’s history.

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