ʻOnipaʻa: Turning Points

This year will mark the 123rd anniversary of the overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaiʻi. In observance of this anniversary, and to promote education and awareness of Hawaiʻi’s history, we will host a panel discussion on Jan. 14th, 9:30am-10:45am, in the ʻUluʻulu Exhibition Space (1st floor, UH West Oʻahu Library).

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Panelists Dr. Leilani Basham, Dr. Masahide Kato, and Dr. Kealani Cook will
present on the 1893 overthrow and the 1993 ʻOnipaʻa march and events at ʻIolani Palace in observance of the 100th anniversary of the overthrow. Recently digitized footage of the 1993 march and events (from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs Collection) will be featured during the panel.

Onipaa Turning Points Flyer

ʻOnipaʻa: Turning Points is sponsored by the ʻUluʻulu Moving Image Archive of Hawaiʻi, the UHWO Hawaiian-Pacific Studies Program, UHWO Political Science Program, and the UH West Oʻahu Library. We welcome all UH West Oʻahu students, faculty, and staff as well as members of the public to join us for this event.

For more info about this event or to view related archival footage, contact us at uluulu@hawaii.edu.

All images featured in the slideshow above are screen grabs from raw footage in the Office of Hawaiian Affairs Collection.


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