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One step at a time.  Not all projects are built to for speed! #aloha!
Happy #aloha  friday #ohana  !

So, your +First Landing Movie  team has confirmed the "First Landing" book will be published by year's end!
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If you missed the first showing of Lynette Cruz's interview with Steve Morse about the manuscript and film First Landing. The interview was excellent. We would like to congratulate and mahalo nui Lynette and Steve for doing an excellent job.

There will be another showing at 10:00am HST (Hawai'i time), May 22, 2012 on Issues that Matter: First Landing: Kahoolawe Story. You can go to http://www.olelo.org/live/ and watch it on Live Steam on channel NATV 53.
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#aloha guys. On a quiet Sunday morning, we want to share with you the trailer to our Director, +Catherine Bauknight's current film, "Hawaii A Voice For Sovereignty". It took over 5 years to make this film as deep wounds to our culture don't heal fast over the past 119 years since 1893 overthrow of Hawaiian Republic. Her dedication to telling the story of #hawaii is one of the primary reasons we are so excited she has joined our effort to bring the story of #kahoolawe to the world. Mahalo Catherine for the work you do!
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Please join us in the interview with Aloha Joe tomorrow morning Apr.10 at 10:00 AM PST regarding the documentary film, "Hawaii A Voice For Sovereignty, and the "thirst" for the Hawaiian Culture and the future of the people, and an educational program for documenting the Hawaiian culture.
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Over 36 years ago, these 7 men and 2 women #empower 'd more than a crowd, they #empower 'd an entire culture. #hawaii
Look at this amazing newspaper article from March 3rd, 1976 highlighting the #kahoolawe nine and look what was inked under the image. "Lonesomeness for the people" of #hawaii and the #hawaiianislands that is sacred in their culture.
#alohaoccupiesall . First Landing tell their story with your continued support guys! Mahalo!
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Show your support for #Hawaii ! #alohaoccupiesall
Thanks to Ehu for posting these photos of our director Catherine Bauknight's premier of "Hawai'i A Voice For Sovereignty" movie in Pasadena this past weekend.

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.339715509408878.73695.100001112940957&type=1
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#Empower Your #Crowd by +Ryan Keahukai Vaspra | Everyone’s dreams are at the tips of our fingers... #crowdfunding #socialmedia #socialbusiness #kickstarter +Chris Olenik +Christina Warren
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Tune in and support the indie film that will be highlighted today on KPFK 90.7 FM! #empower your crowd! #crowdfunding #movienews #indiefilm #alohaspirit
Hey everyone! Today at 4 pm, PT our very own Director, Catherine Bauknight will be on +KPFK's TruthDig Radio on LA's 90.7 FM discussing First Landing Movie. You can tune in online and show your support for +First Landing Movie! #hawaii #hawaiianislands #hawaiian #hawaiiisland #kahoolawe #empower #occupy #occupywallstreet #occupytogether #occupyaloha #occupyoahu +Hawaii Home Surfer +PahoaSunrise.com - Hawaii +Hawaii +Hawaii Blog +Hawaii Five-0 +Agency | 2.0 +World Council of Elders +Ryan Keahukai Vaspra +Christina Warren
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This #movie will be 36 years in the making but only since #crowdfunding and the #digitalmedia boom can so many people get involved by following the film. #empower your crowd.
The next of the nine, Kimo Aluli, 51, owner of Kimo's Surf Hut surfboards on Oahu in an interview with Maui News recalled just 21, a "kid" dragged along by an older cousin to a significant moment in Hawaiian history. But "I was there for a reason," he said, for the reasons of the connection the people and the land have in Hawai'i.
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