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Walls of Empowerment: Reading Public Murals in a Kanaka Maoli Context
|Title:||Walls of Empowerment: Reading Public Murals in a Kanaka Maoli Context|
|Authors:||Tamaira, A. Mārata Ketekiri|
indigenous public art
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|LC Subject Headings:||Oceania -- Periodicals|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai‘i Press|
Center for Pacific Islands Studies
|Citation:||Tamaira, A. M. K. 2017. Walls of Empowerment: Reading Public Murals in a Kanaka Maoli Context. The Contemporary Pacific 29 (1): 1-36 .|
|Abstract:||Since the illegal overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom in 1893 and the subsequent fraudulent annexation of the Islands by the United States in 1898, Native Hawaiians (Kānaka Maoli) have vigilantly contested US colonialism in Hawai‘i and have resolutely soug|
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TCP [The Contemporary Pacific], 2017 - Volume 29, Number 1|
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