In late 2007 Malia Craver made two commercials for Kau Inoa. One was in Hawaiian language, using her prestige to ask ethnic Hawaiians to sign up on the racial separatist registry despite her previous speech to the United Nations urging love, forgiveness, and inter-racial unity. The other was in English, scolding Caucasians for coming to Hawaii in the 1800s and not helping ethnic Hawaiians (false), inferring that Hawaiians were not capable of managing their own affairs; even while she supports a program whose purpose is supposedly to foster self-reliance and self-determination. Transcripts and commentary on both commercials are provided on a webpage, along with an English translation of the Hawaiian ad. The commercial by Dennis Kamakahi gets straight to the point, saying that ethnic Hawaiians share one thing (and only one thing) in common — the blood. Therefore sign up for Kau Inoa (whose only requirement is to prove a genealogy including at least one drop of the magic blood). See: