NA KAMALEI: The Men of Hula
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In the film, Halau Na Kamalei dancer Pi’ilani Hanohano says: “That was a big stigma when we all first started dancing together. It was like ‘Oh, Na Kamalei, they move their hips, they dance like girls.’"

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