5 minutes with Uncle Walter Ritte Jr. on Mauna Kea

Walter Ritte Jr. discusses generations of pressure on Hawaiians and how the elderly Kupuna felt being locked up.


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Walter Ritte Jr. discusses generations of pressure on Hawaiians and how the elderly Kupuna felt being locked up.


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On Mauna Kea with Uncle Walter Ritte Jr.

From Molokai, Hawaiian educator and activist Walter Ritte Jr. shares why Mauna Kea is such an important issue for Hawaiians.


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