Honolulu 1979 Kau 1989
Reminiscent of communalism experienced ten years earlier. The land in Kau evoked cherished memories when family among the youth in the valleys and hills of Honolulu was loose and tribal.
With gasoline cents a gallon, America was at its pinnacle. We didn't know it, but we were children of wealth. But we did not own the land, an issue a newly born son of the islands was determined to correct.