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Privatizing ʻĀina: A presentation with Umi Perkins

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 created in the 1840s and 1850s by Kauʻikeaouli and his inner circle, in particular native tenant rights and their real-world implications today for Hawaiian political revitalization and sovereignty

Fourth in a series of presentations on new research into Hawaiian Kingdom history

Please join us in studio for this presentation

Sponsored by Ka Lei Maile Alii Hawaiian Civic Club, with funding from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs

Ample parking in the Olelo Community Media Center parking lot and on the street

For more information: palolo@hawaii.rr.com, phone (808) 284-3460

Seating is limited

This event is free and open to the public

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