This Week's Program: Wednesday, July 2, 2014

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UMI PERKINS teaches Hawaiian history at Kamehameha Schools, a private preparatory school for Native Hawaiian students in Honolulu, and political science at Windward Community College in Kane'ohe. He has worked for Cultural Survival, the oldest Indigenous rights organization, headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts. A graduate of Harvard, he received a PhD in political Science at University of Hawaii Manoa in 2013. His dissertation manuscript, "Reserving Native Rights: A Genealogy of Kuleana Lands in Hawaiʻi," is under review with a university press. www.theumiverse.com and/or www.hawaiiindependent.net
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