From the Star-Advertiser
Some 209 candidates will vie for 40 delegate positions across the islands for the Native Hawaiian ‘aha constitutional convention that will work to form a Native Hawaiian government.
Kuhio Asam, president of Na‘i Aupuni, which is in charge of running the November election and subsequent Native […]
Ke Aupuni Post
September 1, 2015
Keeping in touch and updated on activities regarding the restoration of Ke Aupuni o Hawaii, the Hawaiian Kingdom. Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka Aina I Ka Pono.
——— UPCOMING EVENTS AND PRESENTATIONS FRIDAY, September 4, 2015 HO’OKUIKAHI
SUNDAY, September 6, 2015 ONIPA’A
CELEBRATING QUEEN LILI’UOKALANI’S […]
From HawaiianKingdom.org blog:
From September 10-12, 2015, the United Kingdom’s University of Cambridge’s Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Science and Humanities will be holding an academic conference “Sovereignty and Imperialism: Non-European Powers in the Age of Empire.” From the conference’s website:
“In the heyday of empire, most of the world was ruled, directly […]
From International Business Times via Yahoo News:
Debate surrounds the public holiday which commemorates the day Hawaii became the 50th state of the United States. Controversy circles the 56th anniversary of Hawaii becoming the newest state of the USA on 21 August and there are calls for it to be removed as culturally insensitive to […]
PRESS STATEMENT FROM THE COMMITTEE OF HAWAIIAN NATIONALS
A coalition of Hawaiian Independence advocates P.O. Box 23055, Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 HawaiianNational.com Contact: Mr. Leon Siu 808 265-2085 email@example.com Mr. Pilipo Souza 808 358-6428 firstname.lastname@example.org
GATHERING AT IOLANI PALACE OF HAWAIIAN PATRIOTS FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 2015 – 11 AM EVENT: THE NON-CELEBRATION OF STATEHOOD
Hawaiian Nationals […]
David Shapiro’s “Volcanic Ash” column in today’s Star-Advertiser:
The telescope protests atop Mauna Kea have spurred increased political activism by Native Hawaiians, but it’s heading in different directions.
At last weekend’s Aloha Aina rally in Waikiki, leaders urged more Hawaiian involvement in state and county politics to preserve lands […]
Four Native Hawaiians and two non-Hawaiians filed a lawsuit Thursday in U.S. District Court in Honolulu seeking to block a “race-based” and “viewpoint-based” election planned this fall as a step toward establishing a sovereign Hawaiian government.
The lawsuit, which was filed against the state of Hawaii, Office of Hawaiian Affairs trustees […]
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