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anne Keala Kelly
“For example, Anne Keala Kelly, the filmmaker who produced Noho Hewa, starts off the anthology with a portrait of two houseless Hawaiian women activists, Marie Beltran and Annie Pau. Kelly is, in typical style, scathing in her indictment of the U.S. and the state of Hawaiʻi—the colonial occupiers. But she is equally critical of the “first-world Hawaiians” who “are busy shoring up the infrastructure of the occupier” while rental-hike refugee Hawaiians are living on the streets and beaches....”
(From the book review by Kelsey Amos, published by INh Mag)