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Interview with Terrilee Kekoolani

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Title:Interview with Terrilee Kekoolani
Contributors:Kubota, Gary T. (interviewer)
Kekoolani, Terrilee (interviewee)
LC Subject Headings:Community activists--Hawaii--Interviews
Protest movements--Hawaii
Political activists--Hawaii
Date Issued:16 May 2017
Description:Terrilee Kekoolani was a student at the University of Hawaii Manoa in the early 1970s and participated in the anti-war movement. She organized protests and was on the Kokua Hawaii committee that negotiated with the UH administration to save the Ethnic Studies Program.
Pages/Duration:5 pages
URI/DOI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/59438
Appears in Collections: Hawaii Stories of Change - Kokua Hawaii Oral History Project


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