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William Lili Mokiao, “He ‘A‘ali‘i Kū Makani”

Mānaleo Television Program
Air Date: 1996

“He ‘A‘ali‘i Kū Makani”
Featuring: William Lili Mokiao

Interviewer: Puakea Nogelmeier


William Lili Mokiao talks about growing up in Ka‘ū, Hawai‘i.
His message to future generations is this: “E mālama i nā kānāwai. A, e mālama i kou ola kino!”


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