Tagged with Media

Hawaiians and Hawaiian Culture on Sesame Street

This episode of Sesame Street (#1094) is a little too old to be included in my critique of Hawaiians in Mainstream Media, but its still fun to watch none the less. The Amazing Nona Beamer Counts to ‘Umi Keola Beamer Dancing Hula Bilingual Three Blind Mice

More Media – Newsletter

The Borders in Torrance used to carry out of state newspapers, including the local Maui paper.  Unfortunantly, around the time I quit working there the first time, they stopped carrying them. An endogenous paper has come out though, called Ka Hoku Newsletter: Hawaiian Living in Southern California.  The newsletter is bi-monthly and began in June/July … Continue reading

Media – Radio

Unfortunantly, hawaiian radio in southern california doesn’t have a lot of stability.  In the 80s, my kumu had a radio show, but that eventually ended. As of Friday, August 29, the most recent hawaiian radio program, “Aloha Friday Radio” on 88.5 FM, KCSN and sponsored by CSU Northridge, ended its broadcast, being replaced by an … Continue reading