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February 11, 2006

Haunani-Kay Trask at SCOR Conference

Filed under: Special Feature — blackboxradio @ 12:12 pm

Haunani-Kay Trask is one of Hawai'i's best known Native leaders and scholars and was a featured speaker at this year's Students of Color of Rackham (SOCR) conference. Her grandfather, a Hawai'i Territorial Senator, and her father, a lawyer and advocate for Hawaiians, were among the political figures known for their speechmaking and political contributions toward securing Native land rights in Hawai'i. Today, she is widely considered an authority on Hawaiian political issues, as well as an internationally known indigenous human rights advocate.

This recording is split into two files: the full lecture and the q & a that followed. The talk was recorded on Thursday, February 9 in the Rackham Hall Amphitheatre.


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