Tonight on Native America Calling
The cultural perspective of Kilauea
Monday, May 21, 2018 - @ 10pm replay on KBFT 89.9FM
The ash plume, flowing lava and what the U.S. Geological Survey calls "ballistic rocks" from the volcano, Kilauea, are all causing disruptions for people and property on Hawaii's Big Island. At the same time many Native Hawaiians are taking in the volcanic activity as a time to recognize and honor the presence of the fire goddess Pele. We'll talk to Native Hawaiians, including cultural practitioners, about traditional ways of understanding volcanic activity.
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