Sudden Rush: Na Mele Paleoleo (Hawaiian Rap) as Liberatory Discourse

@article{Akindes2001SuddenRN,
  title={Sudden Rush: Na Mele Paleoleo (Hawaiian Rap) as Liberatory Discourse},
  author={Fay Yokomizo Akindes},
  journal={Discourse},
  year={2001},
  volume={23},
  pages={82 - 98}
}
  • F. Akindes
  • Published 1 January 2001
  • Education
  • Discourse
Silencing the Native Hawaiian language was one of the loudest violations of human rights by U.S. American colonizers in Hawai’i. Within a period of a hundred years, Hawai’i was transformed from a place where nearly every Hawaiian person spoke Hawaiian to one where less than a thousand people spoke their mother tongue (Kimura 74). The American colonizers understood the centrality and power of language for a people and imposed English as the official language for business and education in Hawai’i… 
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