|Location:||Hawai`i; general Pacific|
|Producer:||East-West Center and UH Center for Pacific Islands Studies|
|Distributor:||Center for Pacific Islands Studies|
|Description:||Noted poet, author, and activist Haunani-Kay Trask talks about Pacific literature and writing in colonized spaces and reads from her poetry. Taped at the 2003 NEH Summer Institute, Re-Imagining Indigenous Cultures: The Pacific Islands, held at the East-West Center in Honolulu, Hawai`i.|
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