For the second time in six years, a week long 193-mile torchlit march will be held around the island of Maui.
The Kaʻapuni or circle-island march will cover the 12 moku or districts of Maui, and is described as a spiritual journey.
In an event announcement, founder Keʻeaumoku Kapu of Kauaʻula Valley, said […]
This is a great synopsis of Hawaiian history, important facts that everyone who lives in or visits Hawaii should know:
Hawai’i and Native Hawaiians – What You May Not Know
Sunday, November 2, 3:00 pm
Book Launching, Book Signing, Reception & Photo Exhibit
“A Nation Rising: Hawaiian Movements for Life, Land and Sovereignty”
With editors Noelani Goodyear Ka`opua, Ikaika Hussey, Erin Kahunawaika`ala Wright; and photographer Ed Greevy.
NATIVE PLANET, Season 1, Episode 4 – Hawaii (from Canadian Television)
Privatizing ʻĀina Umi Perkins, PhD. Kamehameha Schools Political Science Windward Community College June 10, Tuesday, 4:00 pm
Olelo Community Media Center · 1122 Mapunapuna St.For Hawaiians, ʻāina is kin. For settlers, it is real estate – an asset.For both it is power.Umi Perkins’ work looks at the theoretical basis of the land tenure system […]
Interview with Bumpy Kanahele talking about Hawaiian Nation building & sustainability with the anti-GMO movement.
(From Pi who posted the video, the visible edits are due to Facebook’s limit of 20 minutes, which required cutting out any stuttering or lengthy pauses so the entire interview could fit.)
Mahalo to Joan and Puhipau who sent this video hali‘a aloha for Kekula with her testimony in Hana at the 1993 Kaho‘okolokolonui, Peoples’ International Tribunal, followed by some words from Kekuni with video of Kekula during the tribunal days. (This is three months after I had met her and I was there in Hana, too.)
Very worth reading: Aloha Denied about the “video that has gone viral on You Tube, Reddit, and via social media and local news, a young Hawaiian man confronts ‘John Doe,’ his wife and visiting friends at Maui’s Kalama Beach Park.”