Women Against Militarism: Reclaiming Life, Land & Spirit

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2005
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Miranda, Bernadette Gigi
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This video documents an anti-war march at the Commander in Chief Pacific Fleet Headquarters (CINPAC) where Kanaka Maoli demilitarization organizer Terri Kekoʻolani conveys a speech reporting on the solidarity between her organization and Filipina activist Marie Enriquez. The U.S. military has been using of stolen Native Hawaiian lands to engage in warfare in the Philippines. The documentary covers a community hearing in which community members Gwen Kim, Melisa Casumbal and Darlene Rodrigues testify against the use of Waikane valley for military training because of its impact on Native Hawaiians and the people of the Philippines. It then covers a conversation between Kekoʻolani and Bernadette Gigi Miranda about their upcoming trip as the Hawaiʻi delegation to attend an international gathering of women anti-bases activists in the Philippines.
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anti-war, Native Hawaiian, Filipino, solidarity
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Miranda, Bernadette Gigi. Women Against Militarism: Reclaiming Life, Land, and Spirit. Honolulu: ʻŌlelo Community Television, 2005.
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