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‘Aha Aloha ‘Aina – Moloka’i

The Sovereignty Divide – Waihee & Cayetano conversation

From Hawaii News Now:

Former Governors John Waihee and Ben Cayetano did a great service to all of us by agreeing to talk about their disagreements over the Hawaiian Sovereignty movement. We hope their honest, civil and articulate conversation will encourage similar discussions across our community.

We aired a half-hour version of their discussion last […]

‘Aha Aloha ‘Aina – Papakolea

What really happened at the ʻAha

I posted the first two installments of this series from the Hawaii Independent, but are all 5 parts.

As one of the 154 kānaka maoli who agreed to participate in the state-sponsored, Naʻi Aupuni-initiated Native Hawaiian ʻAha, Kaʻiulani Milham had a front row seat at the month-long proceedings. What follows a multi-part, first-hand account that […]

National Sovereignty Talk Story

Lorenz Gonschor Dissertation Defense re Hawaiian Kingdom

DISSERTATION DEFENSE

“A POWER IN THE WORLD”: THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM AS A MODEL OF HYBRID STATECRAFT IN OCEANIA AND A PROGENITOR OF PAN-OCEANIANISM

By Lorenz Gonschor

Political Science

In the nineteenth century, the Hawaiian Kingdom became the first, and for a long time only, non- Western state to […]

Na’i Aupuni will not pursue ratification vote

Press release from Na’i Aupuni:

NAʻI AUPUNI DECIDES NOT TO PURSUE RATIFICATION VOTE

Education and Ratification of Native Hawaiian Constitution Best Pursued by Broad-based Group

HONOLULU – Naʻi Aupuni said today it would not be conducting a ratification vote on the proposed constitution produced by the recently completed ‘aha. It believes that the ‘aha […]

‘Aha Aloha ‘Aina – Wai’anae

What really happened at the ʻAha, part II

From the Hawaii Independent:

Whitewashed press releases, a sinister state bill and a flippant disregard for the rules of the convention

Editor’s note: As one of the 154 kānaka maoli who agreed to participate in the state-sponsored, Naʻi Aupuni-initiated Native Hawaiian ʻAha, Kaʻiulani Milham had a front row seat at the month-long […]

Dr. Keanu Sai discusses the British Influence in Hawai`i – Part 1

Published on Mar 8, 2016 February 1, 2016 at Lyman Museum in Hilo, Dr. Sai lectured on Hawaii’s relationship with the British starting with Captain Cook, through Captain George Vancouver and also Davis & Young