“Sovereignty Conversations” on ‘Olelo TONIGHT!!
The fourth program in the television series, “The Sovereignty Conversation-Community Forums,” will be shown TONIGHT, Saturday, April 26 from 7:30 to 9:00 on Oceanic Channel 53. This segment begins three programs on the “Models of Nationhood.” Soulee Stroud, President of the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs and Mehealani Wendt, […]
Indian Country Today has an article about Dr. Sai’s international work, from his several recent presentations at universities in the Northeast.
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.
Press Release Liberate Hawai’i! Rousing New Book Documenting Hawai’i’s Claim to Sovereignty From self-described “sixties radical” Jon Olsen, this complex yet elegantly written book is an entertaining, focused history of Hawai’I and the little-known facts of the United States’ claim to the country. Beginning in 1887 with the “Bayonet Constitution” and sweeping readers into the […]
‘Noho Hewa’, with Anne Keala Kelly Aotearoa screenings: 25 April and 2 May 2014
Native Hawaiian filmmaker, Anne Keala Kelly, will be in Aotearoa for two screenings of the award winning documentary Noho Hewa: the wrongful occupation of Hawai’i, a powerful portrayal of the multiple links between militarisation and the historical and ongoing […]
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 […]
The Color of Nationality Continuities and Discontinuities of Citizenship in Hawaii
Dr. Willy Kauai
Department of Political Science
University of Hawaii at Manoa
First in a series of presentations on new research into Hawaiian Kingdom history
Olelo Community Media Center · 1122 Mapunapuna St.
April 19, […]