Hawaiians Against Ice


Hawaiians Against Ice

The ice epidemic is tearing Hawaiian families and communities apart. We need to put our mana'o and our resources together and come up with solutions to help our broken-hearted people heal.

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Comment by SUZIE KEHAULANI on May 2, 2008 at 9:35pm
i say we get a group of 100 hawaiians or non hawaiians for the same purpose to stop this ice epidemic we carry signs and go around china town waikiki and not acuse but let them no that we dont tolerated it and we do and will be having support groups i dont know but i know whats going on and it is painful for the keiki and we worry about them
Comment by Leina'ala 259 on May 1, 2008 at 5:05pm
I agree with Lorilani - the keiki do know who and where and what is going on there. It's scarey too because the response to being exposed - by a person on ice - is unpredictable. In Waimanalo, some kupuna were walking the neighborhood with their matching t-shirts - I forget already what it said - but like a neighborhood watch group and the people who were buying or doing drugs right on the street in cars were - shame. Especially since some of the kupuna were their own ohana! We really need to help eachother - this is killing us - and the keiki are being affected...roaming the streets, nobody cares at home, not going to school, scared, mad.
Comment by Lorilani on April 22, 2008 at 9:38am
As with many rural communities, the north side of Kauai is feeling the strain of this sick epideminc. I just want to weep when I hear from kids, YES kids....who tell me whom is selling, where "they", whose house is always visited for the purpose of buying drugs HOWEVER...it stumps the local enforcement and although we continue to fund these "drug stings" and busts they are far and few between. Perhaps we should pay our KIDS to inform US of where these "cluster homes" are? Dare I say that above all the HEWA....these are mostly local Hawaiian families, men and woman that are doing this pilau thing. Shame on them.

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