Storytellers of the Pacific

Location:Guam; New Zealand / Aotearoa; Samoa
Subject:Identity; colonization
Length:120 minutes
Format:1/2-inch VHS
Hue:Color with B&W sequences
Year Released:1996
Director:Native American Public Telecommunications; Pacific Islanders in Communications
Distributor:VisionMaker Video
Library Code:UHM AV/C VIDEOTAPE 13273 2 pts.; VTV5173
Description:Program 1. Identity. Program 2. Self-determination. Indigenous peoples of the Pacific and its Rim tell their personal stories of culture, spirituality, histories, experiences, and survival from colonization. Includes stories told by Australian Aborigines, Native HawaiĠians, New Zealand Maori, Chamorro of Guam, Seri of Mexico Samoans, Alaska Aleuts, Northwest Coast Indians, California Indians, and Inuit of Canada. Some segments in Chamorro, Maori, and Seri with English subtitles.
Record No:1973
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