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Then There Were None

Then There Were None

April 2016

This award winning documentary, funded by Pacific Islanders in Communications, tells both a heartbreaking, yet inspiring story of the effects of colonization and acculturation of the Native Hawaiian people.

It is a compelling tale of a race displaced and on the verge of extinction.  The issues raised in Then There Were None invite, provoke, and demand attention and commitment to explore ever more deeply the issues of cultural destiny.

Thank you producer, director and writer, Dr. Elizabeth Kapu’uwailani Lindsey, and the team behind this remarkable film.

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Then There Were None

To millions of travelers the world over, Hawai‘i is an alluring picture postcard paradise. But to its Native Hawaiian people, nothing could be further from the...

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