Come to this showing of the documentary, Hawai'i: A Voice for Sovereignty
Followed by a discussion with 'Ehu Kehu Cardwell and Leon Siu
4:30 p.m. Hawaii: A Voice for Sovereignty — Catherine Bauknight
Documentary. 84 minutes.Winner:*Allen Willis Documentary Award.
In 1893, American businessmen, backed by the U.S. Marines, overthrew the reigning monarchy of the Kingdom of Hawaii, and over the years staked their claim to lands deeded to the native people by their exiled government. A growing sovereignty movement seeks to restore the Hawaiian nation and to educate the world about the truth behind the unwanted absorption of the archipelago by the United States of America.
Tickets. $13. General Admission. $10. Students . Elders. All tickets are valid for the entire day and evening.
Tickets available at the Landmark Shattuck Cinemas Box Office
2230 Shattuck Avenue . Downtown Berkeley . Box Office . 510.464.5980
Mahalo to Paul Kealoha Blake, who runs this festival!