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La Ho’iho’i Ea – Hawaiian Sovereignty Restoration Day – Honolulu

UH Hilo to fly American and Hawaiian flags at equal heights

Hawaii Tribune-Herald covers the decision by UH Hilo to fly U.S. and Hawaiian flag (which has remained virtually the since the kingdom), at equal heights.

The University of Hawaii at Hilo soon will fly the U.S. and Hawaii state flags at equal heights following protests late last year from students and community members.

On Dec. […]

Insights Hawaii: “What Would It Take To Achieve Hawaiian Sovereignty?”

Insights Hawaii program on PBS last night focused on the question “What Would It Take To Achieve Hawaiian Sovereignty?” Daryl Huff moderates the discussion with Peter Apo, Lilikala Kameeleihiwa, Kaleikoa Kaeo, and Bumpy Kanahele.

Talk-Story Briefing – Free Hawaii Progress Report

Nā Hua Ea event

Dramatic reenactment of Ka Lei Maile Alii – the Queen’s Women

Dramatic reenactment of Ka Lei Maile Alii – the Queen’s Women

Waimanalo Beach Park Pavilion

Tuesday evening, July 14 at 6 pm

The event is hosted by Ho`olohe Pono and is free and open to the public. Food donations are gratefully accepted. Dinner is at 6 pm, followed by a presentation by Dr. Ron Williams […]

Vigil at ‘Iolani Palace

Message from Hank Fergerstrom:

E Aloha Mai Kakou, For the past 15 years I’ve been doing a vigil at Iolani Palace. Twice a year… Jan 17th and July 4th. This is an open invitation to come and join us this weekend, July 4th and 5th. There is no question that the need for true unity […]

La Ho’iho’i Ea – Hawaiian Sovereignty Restoration Day 2015 – Big Island

Bumpy Kanahele message to Gov. Ige

Back in ’94 I think, I walked with a group of Ohana Council members down Waikiki Beach and handed out copies of the Apology along with a flyer urging tourists not to come to Hawaii due to the ongoing suppression of Hawaiian Kingdom rights. A couple dozen of us for an hour or two were […]