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Ku’e Ku’e: Native Hawaiian Sovereignty

I created this music video in 2004 from photos that I took while researching for 3 months in Hawaii. The video was used in a public lecture entitled Ku’e Ku’e presented at The Evergreen State College as part of an academic program called Islands. I was particularly interested in studying and illuminating the struggles of native Hawaiians towards sovereignty and self-governance. Sites photographed include: University of Hawaii Manoa, The Bishiop Museum, Iolani Palace, Waikiki, North Shore, Merrie Monarch Hula Festival in Hilo, and various other locations on both Oahu and Hawaii (the Big Island)

➤ Kumbaya + More Lyrics ♫

FREE SONG (MP3): Just RIGHT click on the link below to download this free song: ‪www.4you.dreamerstoday.com The style of guitar playing is called, “Drum Guitar.” …it is a style of playing that I developed, using a padded drum stick to strike the guitar, creating amazing colors of sound. …in this particular song, the guitar is tuned to regular tuning. …it you’d like to see tutorial video on how to play drum guitar, refer to the following link: www.youtube.com ______________________________________________ KUMBAYA with New Lyrics by jAckie messenger *Someone’s singing, singing a song for you *Someone’s singing, singing a song for you Hear me singing Lord, kumbaya Hear me singing Lord, kumbaya Hear me singing Lord, kumbaya Oh Lord, kumbaya *Oh Lord, I need you now my Lord *May I hear your voice, your every whisper *May I hear you Lord *Someone’s praying, praying a prayer for you *Someone’s praying, praying a prayer for you Hear me praying Lord, kumbaya Hear me praying Lord, kumbaya Hear me praying Lord, kumbaya Oh Lord, kumbaya Oh Lord, kumbaya *Additional Lyrics have a star in front of the line, and were written by Jackie Messenger @2010 All Rights Reserved ——————————————————————————— PS This video was filmed, recorded, and uploaded on 10-10-’10 October 10, 2010 at 10:10pm (Hawaii time) unfortunately it took a long time to upload, so it says it was uploaded on 10-11-10, but that’s okay, the moment was still

What is it about Geology and Volcanos that fascinate you?” I asked Rick b4 embarking…

Brief interview by David Lakota for da Kingdom of a Geologist preparing to embark upon an adventure out to the live lava fields near Kalapana. Rivulets of fire have begun to flow and pout down the mountainside- “…the largest active volcano in the world.” they say. Special thanks to 1st Green Solutions for sponsoring this adventure vision quest Native American style with Hawaiian Spirit of Aloha Educational Documentary Training Paradigm shift in self governing new economy agriculture National Treasury Freedom Revolution innovation new society sustainability renewable resources having fun doin’ what we love. Enjoy the journey. This is part one of several highlights soon to be on DVD. Stay tuned for updates. We are leaving tonight at around 2am. Destined for a small forest along the coast, we will rendezvous at Bali Temple Hawaii, do a brief ceremony, give thanks to Ke Akua and share our intentions with Pele, Goddess of Fire. And then there is Ahi, God of Fire.

PROTECT NATIVE HAWAIIAN BURIAL CAVE GOAL $12000

Aloha help to save a native Hawaiian burial cave from development. Our goal is $12000 to protect this site. Hawaii is a beautiful place and culture to share to the world for the future generation. Thank you for your donation. Visit our website for more information. Pleace share this web video to others that may want to also help in this important effort.