From Prof. Williamson Chang’s Facebook page
The Maunawili Declaration No. 1
Williamson Chang and the International Committee
The Maunawili I Declaration: The United States has permanently Occupied the dominion of the Kingdom of Hawaii in violation of International and United States Law
We, the undersigned declare the following:
“The Kingdom of Hawaii,” is the name […]
From the Star-Advertiser
Native Hawaiian convention adopts constitution By Timothy Hurley February 26, 2016
The Native Hawaiian constitutional convention this afternoon adopted a governing document that will go out to a vote for ratification.
The constitution, approved by an 88 to 30 vote with one abstention, apparently allows room for federal recognition by […]
From Honolulu Civil Beat
Surfers from the country of Hawaii dominated the leaderboard Thursday in The Quiksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau.
The big-wave surf invitational drew thousands of spectators to Waimea Bay on Oahu’s North Shore.
For casual observers, many of whom were watching a surf contest for the first time, some eyebrows were […]
Chad Blair reports in Honolulu Civil Beat:
The Other Aha: Hawaiian Independence Backers Make Their Case
Aha Aloha Aina 2016 rejects the Nai Aupuni process for self-governance and insists on pushing for “real” independence.
Walter Ritte beamed as he flashed a shaka to the kupuna in the front row of Hale A‘o Hawaiian […]
Prof. Williamson Chang posted the following on his Facebook page:
Independence caucus at the Aha
The Caucus appointed me to draft two resolutions. The first declaration is still in draft and not for the public. I have decided that the second declaration should be sent to all outside the ‘Aha in light of the protests […]
Free Hawaii TV reports that 60% of remaining delegates are pro-independence, and the constitution being drafted supports independence.