Prepare yourself for a virtual mind-walk through the historical plateaus of the Hawaiian Islands.
Ua Mau Ke Ea takes its audiences on a fascinating journey through the legal history of the Hawaiian Islands as it examines key events which shaped the law and politics of Polynesia’s first recognized nation state.
Sight and sound, the film makers merge sophisticated cinematography and clever writing to produce a beautiful kapa of Hawaii’s true legal history.
This is the Historical Documentary – which is the Academic Version that accompanies the Textbook. The Foundation has developed the UA MAU KE EA Collection, a textbook, this historical documentary and a theatrical version as community educational resources. The Collection is offered as tools to support community learning for families, students, teachers, pastors, lay people, business professionals, counselors, anyone. Facing future – Ka Wa Ma Hope – learning from our ancestors, our aliʻi, those of the past who have dealt with adversity and have overcome, provides inspirational examples of positive change today.