Reaction Paper #3 - Makayla Bradford April 14, 2011 HWST...

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Makayla Bradford April 14, 2011 HWST 107 TTH 7:30-8:45 Hula as Resistance It is hard to believe that American colonists did not allow Hawaiians to perform hula, among other things. When I think of hula, it does not seem to be provocative or unacceptable. How could one take away land and an entire culture from the Hawaiians without feeling one bit of regret and or trying to have everyone benefit from changes occurring? Colonists acted very selfish, continue commercialized hula is in Hawaii even today and it all started with the American colonists putting restricting rules to be followed for hula. I hope one day I will get to see the traditional hula done in person because I see it as art form and expression of emotions about a particular event or place in time, and I do believe it is wrong of colonizers to take something that was not theirs, especially when they knew it was Hawaiian property. It is unfair for Hawaiians to all be labeled and be a representation of a prefect hula girl,
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Reaction Paper #3 - Makayla Bradford April 14, 2011 HWST...

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