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Country of OriginUnited States of America (USA)
AuthorRodney Morales
PublisherUniversity Of Hawai'I Press
Publication Date1-Oct-02
Book DescriptionHank Rivera, one-time activist and now full-time construction worker, has just been evicted from his home in Waikiki and is forced to move to the Wai'anae coast. While in the midst of moving, Hank and his wife, Kanani, are approached by a college student researching the early years of Hawai'i's modern civil rights movement, which culminated in the rigorous protests surrounding the bombing of Kaho'olawe in 1976. Hesitant at first, Hank and Kanani agree to talk about the past and their role in the movement. Vivid and sometimes painful memories surface, causing both of them to question their feelings of love and loyalty - not only for each other, but for their heritage.
About the AuthorRodney Morales is a creative writing professor at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He is the author of When the Shark Bites and The Speed of Darkness, and also edited Ho`i Ho`i Hou: A Tribute to George Helm and Kimo Mitchell.
Number of Pages352

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