Wayfinding through the Storm - Reviews



Wayfinding through the Storm

Over 150 voices—young students, venerable alumni, movers and shakers, average folk, novice and seasoned teachers, Native Hawaiians, kama‘aina and fresh faces from abroad—share their experiences of the 1990s Bishop Estate controversy. This is the human story of a crisis that erupted at Kamehameha Schools in the 1990s and came close to destroying a historic educational community. Wayfinding through the Storm tells the story of ordinary decent people who looked deep inside themselves and found the moral courage to risk everything, to come together and stand up for what they believed in: to speak truth to power.




Excerpts

Excerpts from Gavan Daws' Introduction to Wayfinding through the Storm



Reviews

Hawaii Book Blog—Book Review: Wayfinding Through the Storm

MidWeek—"The Sad Legacy Of Lokelani Lindsey"

Honolulu Weekly—"Of malama and mayhem"

The Honolulu Advertiser—"Voices that toppled trustees"

Honolulu Star-Bulletin—"Q&A: Battle for Kamehameha Schools: A renowned isle historian captures more than 150 oral perspectives"

The Honolulu Advertiser—"Kamehameha crisis years recounted: 'Wayfinding' uses oral history tactics to detail scandal"



Other Media

Sunrise on KGMB9—New Book on 90's Bishop Estate Controversy



Press Releases

Wayfinding through the Storm: A New Perspective on the Controversy at Kamehameha Schools