A most soothing and inspiring voice, with relationships that crossed our generations in sharing and broadcasting her mana‘o in keeping our culture alive.
“It is possible that the Hawaiian Renaissance of the 1970’s would not have the impact it had, were it not for a women whose passion for preserving Hawai`i’s recorded heritage and support for your musicians not only gave moments, to the cultural rebirth but set the course of her career and that of so many others.”
Skylark came to us PKO early warriors at a critical and pivotal time: our “occupations” led to arrests and convictions, and George Helm and Kimo Mitchell disappeared:
A PKF monitory gift was left for her ‘ohana from donations by Sr. ko KUA’s.
“Long Story Short” - see Leslie Wilcox PBSHawaii.org interview. Photo courtesy of PBS Hawai‘i.
Written by Noa Emmett Aluli.