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LGM Film Club, Part 306: Like a Mighty Wave

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The protests of indigenous Hawaiians receive almost no attention from the rest of Americans, so let’s do our bit to fix that tonight. This is a 2019 short documentary chronicling the movement of Hawaiians to stop the continued building of telescopes on top of their most sacred site–Mauna Kea. This really gets at the role of elders in the community and the ways in which generational trauma continue to pile up one on top of another. It’s an inspiring film about a piece of contemporary activism that we should know more about that. And for those readers who think SCIENCE is more important than anything else, we always need to remember that science does not exist in a vacuum but is in fact embedded in human societies and in this case is a colonial enterprise that continues to violate the rights of a colonized people.

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