ConFest: LANGUAGE REVITALIZATION AS A REVOLUTIONARY ACT, PART I
About Keynote Tammy Haili’ōpua Baker
Opening Plenary & Welcome
LANGUAGE REVITALIZATION AS A REVOLUTIONARY ACT, PART I
Welcome by City of Chicago
Welcome by Randy Reyes, CAATA Board President
Introduction of keynote by Leilani Chan, Artistic Director, TeAda Productions
KEYNOTE: TAMMY HAILI‘ŌPUA BAKER
Artistic Director, Ka Hālau Hanakeaka
Associate Professor, Department of Theatre & Dance, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
Discussion to follow with Moses Goods, Founder and Artistic Director, ʻInamona Theatre Company and Ensemble
Tammy Haili’ōpua Baker joins members of the ‘Inamona Theatre Company for a conversation around language revitalization as a revolutionary act and what this means for Indigenous communities in the Hawaiian Islands and beyond.
Recommended for all ages.