Dear Haole Girl (who loves her aku palu),
The web pages with October's edition of "First Friday: Unauthorized News" have finally been posted. If you have not already watched the show on 'Olelo (Honolulu's public-access TV station), please click on the links below to view this very important show and please feel free to pass the links along to 'ohana, friends and all others who support our endeavor. There are a total of seven (7) parts of the one-hour show to view. The links are as follows:
Part 1: http://homepage.mac.com/ke_kuokoa_ff1/iMovieTheater1.html
Part 2: http://homepage.mac.com/ke_kuokoa_ff2/iMovieTheater1.html
Part 3: http://homepage.mac.com/ke_kuokoa_ff3/iMovieTheater1.html
Part 4: http://homepage.mac.com/ke_kuokoa_ff4/iMovieTheater1.html
Part 5: http://homepage.mac.com/ke_kuokoa_ff5/iMovieTheater1.html
Part 6: http://homepage.mac.com/ke_kuokoa_ff6/iMovieTheater1.html
Part 7: http://homepage.mac.com/ke_kuokoa_ff7/iMovieTheater1.html
We received 200 hits over the past 60 days on our web page with K. Kelly's statements from the Akaka Bill forum held back in August. Let's try and double the hits for the new links above featuring the October edition of the TV show "First Friday." It is imperative that all Kanaka Maoli and our supporters who have access to computers with Quicktime view this show to learn the truth regarding the Akaka Bill and OHA's support of said bill, S.147.
I hope this small use of technology helps us to reach a larger worldwide audience--especially to our 'ohana living abroad. And I hope that the fellow Kanaka Maoli of First Friday, 'Olelo, and Hui Pu will support our use of their TV production to help spread the word to the world of our opposition to the Akaka Bill for reasons that are "pono" (just).
We cannot allow the "negotiation of our surrender!" That is what the Akaka Bill is really about. Mahalo for all of your support. Aloha no.
E maka'ala kakou. I mua!
Ke Akua pu.
Cross-posted to _nativeamerican and to hawaiians