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Pidgin: The Voice of Hawaii profiles the language of Hawaii’s working people in its rise from plantation jargon to a source of island identity, pride and controversy. Born on sugar plantations and spoken by more than half of Hawaii’s population, Pidgin captures the heart and soul of multi-ethnic Hawaii. Once again under attack by educators and bloggers, will Pidgin survive? A Q&A session with producer and director, Marlene Booth, will follow the screening.
Admission is $10
Maui Arts & Cultural Center, Kahului
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