Today, we're revisiting our conversation with the Center for Oral History at UH Mānoa about the town of Waialua.
Guests include Kim-Hee Kanoe Wong, oral historian and instructor for the North Shore Ethnographic Field School, UH Professor Ty Kāwika Tengan with the Departments of Ethnic Studies and Anthropology, and Waialua community member and Kumu Hula Keith Awai.
You can find our original stream and bonus interviews here.
To watch a recording of the Center's virtual Weaving Voices event, Memories and Futures of Waialua, click here.
If you enjoyed this show, tune in tomorrow, March 2nd, for another conversation with the Center for Oral History, this time looking at the role of female educators and politicians in 20th century Hawaii.