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NEA recognizes Hawaiian overthrow/occupation

From the HawaiianKingdom.org Blog:

At its Annual Meeting and Representative Assembly on July 4, the National Education Association (NEA), of which the Hawaii State Teachers Association (HSTA) is a part, agreed to the following:

“The NEA will publish an article that documents the illegal overthrow of the Hawaiian Monarchy in 1893, the prolonged […]

La Ho’iho’i Ea in Wai’anae

Ongoing Unjust War: Hawaii & U.S. since 1893

Issues that Matter: Unjust War

Issues that Matter; Unjust War from Huana Productions on Vimeo.

 

Here’s a post on Hawaiian Kingdom Government Blog re Calculating Reparations for 124 years of an Unjust War between the Hawaiian Kingdom and the United States since 1893

 

Visit Hawaii! Satirical Tourism Ad

Check out this very funny satirical tourism ad for Hawaii that shares a lot of truths! From The Juice Media.

Independent Hawaii on Coast to Coast radio

Dr. Keanu Sai is featured on Coast to Coast radio show with George Noory.

In the first half, Dr. David “Keanu” Sai, who has a Ph.D. in Political Science specializing in Hawaiian Constitutionalism and International Relations, argued that Hawaii is not legally a US State, and it should be considered a sovereign nation, as it […]

Issues That Matter feat. Lenzerini & Sai

Issues that Matter recorded on Feb. 1, 2017, welcomes Italian National Dr. Federico Lenzerini and Dr Keanu Sai discussing work at the Permanent Court of Arbitration; International Commission of Inquiry/Larson Case.

Permanent Court of Arbitration: Int’l Commission of Inquiry

China/Taiwan … U.S./Hawaii

Here in Hawaii, the election of Trump as the next U.S. president resulted in an outpouring of support for the notion of restoring Hawaii’s independence. My Facebook feed was filled with the discussion in the days following the election, with many folks who aren’t necessarily everyday outspoken supporters of independence suddenly finding it a very […]

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