Alternative Views of Hawaiian Sovereignty; Richardson Law School from Scott Wong on Vimeo.
Dr. Keanu Sai, Prof. Williamson Chang and Former Governor now Roll Commission Chair John Waihe'e III Speak about their Ideas and research on the Alternative positions on Hawaiian Sovereignty for todays people.
The next installment of Sovereignty Conversations is being taped at ‘Olelo Studios in Mapunapuna this Saturday, April 19 from 1-3 PM, and cable-cast next week Friday APRIL 25, 7-8:30 PM on ʻOlelo Channel 53. For details contact: Dr. Kioni Dudley <DrKioniDudley@hawaii.rr.com>
April 11, 2014. Lots of mana’o to consider here…
Afternoon Q&A panel:
Mahalo to Pono for the videos.
Interesting take in MANA magazine about the “Lind-Perkins debate” and the broader dialog happening in the Hawaiian community and social media about the Roll Commission and Hawaiian governance generally.
For many with friends or ‘ohana involved with Hawaiian politics, the OHA vote and Kana‘iolowalu reopening became unavoidable on social media. Facebook has seemed a natural [...]
Tuesday, March 25, 2014 From Annexation to Statehood 7 p.m., Kapolei High School Cafeteria
A monthly series of public forums in 2014 is meant to build public awareness and create a better understanding among both Hawaiians and non-Hawaiians about what the sovereignty movement means for all the people of Hawaii.
Hawaiian sovereignty will affect everybody [...]
Here’s the video from the second forum of The Sovereignty Conversation series… A Fresh Look at Hawaiian History from Kamehameha to 1900 Tuesday, February 25, 7:00pm-8:30pm Olelo Community Media studio 1122 Mapunapuna St.
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In an on-going effort to instill fear and control over the Kingdom of Hawai’i, the Roll Commission in a magazine advertisement, issued a threat that anyone not signing up in the Kana’iolowalu would be stripped of their Kanaka Maoli status. The threat was repeated [...]
Washington Times has an article on the possible federal recognition of Native Hawaiians via executive order, given the inability to gain passage of the formerly so-called Akaka Bill in Congress, and a petition opposing the process.
Hawaii Democrats are pushing the White House to give formal tribal recognition to Native Hawaiians, but some Native Hawaiians [...]
Today at 1:30 pm Hawaii time, on The Stream – Al Jazeera America:
High rates of homelessness and incarceration make native Hawaiians the most marginalized community among the island’s diverse populations. Some say federal recognition would allow Native Hawaiians to better advocate for land and resources. However, others argue #Hawaii is illegally occupied by the [...]