MANA Student Hui is revitalizing student resistance on the University of Hawai'i Manoa campus. We want to support the struggles that are occurring in our islands, while addressing the imperialistic actions of UH.
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  • Hauoli Makahiki Hou Kakou, e Ke Aupuni Moi O Hawaii. o Pomai
  • Laie Kuleana landowners occupy their ancestral land and burial site

    We need people to come this morning 4 am, all day and take a stand with us until tomorrow morning. Where? Kamehameha Highway and Cackle Fresh Store, go mauka a quarter of a mile, you will see the camp. Last night we had an irate woman by the name of Roxie Apuakehau from the Mormon church attempt to stop the posting of our fence. She grabbed the poles and tried to shake and pull it out of the ground. Earlier we picketed in front of the Laie Shopping Center near Hawaii Reserves Incorporated (HRI) the Mormon real property management company after which we chanted "HRI get off our land." Kekela Miller a Hawaiian woman, employee of HRI came and attempted to chant and choked on the words of Kupuna because she knew what HRI is doing to Kuleana landowners is HEWA. Our 'olelo and leo, our Hawaiian words and voices are so KAPU that when we speak the truth they choke on their words. HRI called in their groundkeeping staff all Pacific Islanders to intimidate us but failed while Jace McQuivey, the legal counsel for HRI hid in the office and bobbing back and forth to see what was going on. McQuivey was responsible for Kupuna's being pepper sprayed with the support as high as the Mayor Mufi Hannemann. If you look at Hannemann's history he has been supportive of any developments in Laie by the Mormon entities when he was a council member to his current position and his hopes for the governorship. This is an assault on our Hawaiian people.

    Contact numbers 852-8778/692-6901/348-1312


    Dawn K. Wasson, Kupuna o Laiewai
  • The 16th Annual "Christmas Vigil For Peace and Restoration of the 'Aina will be on Saturday December 26 outside the Main Gate of Makua Valley. It will begin with an "Adopt A Highway" Litter Pick Up at 1:30 pm followed by the Vigil and Potluck Celebration. All are welcomed! Please join us in celebrating this season of Peace as well as showing ALOHA for this special 'Aina.
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  • ALOHA Kakou, Happy Holidays to all of you and your Ohana.
    Imua Ke Aupuni Moi O Hawaii Nei, o Pomaikaiokalani
  • Aloha!

    I'm excited about the Monday Night chats, but I may be on late tomorrow night. Some family stuff going on at the hospital, so you'll have to forgive me. I'll been on as soon as I'm home.

    If I could, I'd like to start off with this one thought: How have we, and in what way have we, become too westernized in our thought patterns and points of view.

  • ALOHA Kakou, Like Iraq, the Hawaiian Kingdom thru an Act of War was Invaded by the the United States on Januaray 16, 1893. Like the lawful government of Iraq, the lawful government of the Hawaiian Kingdom was overthrown with the involvement of the Diplomatic and Military forces of the United States. As Iraq continues to remain as an Occupied Nation under the United States, so does the Hawaiian Kingdom continues to reamin as an Occupied Nation under the United States today.
    On January 17, 1993 when I renounced my citizenship to the United States, I now walk the path of a Hawaiian Kingdom National of the Hawaiian Kingdom nation of Queen Liliuokalani and my ancestors.
    Imua Ke Aupuni Moi O Hawaii Nei, o Pomaikaiokalani, Sovereign, HPACH .
  • Ho'okahi Lahui Hawai'i 200th aniversary of uniting Hawaii.
    Type: Causes - Rally
    Network: Global
    Start Time: Saturday, January 16, 2010 at 8:00am
    End Time: Sunday, January 17, 2010 at 5:00pm
    Location: Iolani Palace and march from Thomas Square to Iolani Palace
    Street: 364 South King Street

    DescriptionHo'okahi Lahui Hawai'i - One Nation - 200 years scince King Kamehameha United Hawai'i

    Two Day event to honor King Kamehameha The Great's unification of Hawaiian Islands 200 years ago. Theme of Ho'okahi Lahui Hawai'i - One Nation 1810-2010; inspire the kanaka maoli to honor King Kamehameha.

    Saturday 16 January 2010
    Makahiki, displays, crafts, entertainment and food.

    Sunday 17 January 2010
    March from Thomas Square to Iolani Palace, displays, crafts, entertainment and food.
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    Confirmed GuestsThis event has 5 confirmed guestsSee AllChris Keliiwaihoikeone CamarilloPomai KinneyPono KealohaHo'okahi Lahui Hawai'iLiane Iaukea
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  • Time: October 23, 2009 from 6pm to 8pm
    Location: Native Books Nā Mea Hawaiʻi Ward Warehouse
    Street: 1050 Ala Moana Blvd
    City/Town: Honolulu
    Phone: 597-8967 Neighbor Islands: 800-887-7751
    Event Type: book, launch, &, signing
    Organized By: Native Books and Noenoe Silva
    Latest Activity: 21 hours ago
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    Event DescriptionCome and celebrate the launching of Kēhaulani's important new book, Hawaiian Blood: Colonialism and the Politics of Sovereignty and Indigeneity. This book explains the history of the institution of the 50% blood quantum requirement in the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act. Hawaiian Blood is the first comprehensive history and analysis of this federal law that equates Hawaiian cultural identity with a quantifiable amount of blood. Kauanui explains how blood quantum classification emerged as a way to undermine Hawaiian sovereignty. Kauanui provides an impassioned assessment of how the arbitrary correlation of ancestry and race imposed by the U.S. government on the indigenous people of Hawai‘i has had far-reaching legal and cultural effects.
  • ALOHA Kakou, e Hawaii, Today at the Ahu at Iolani Palace was another Beautiful and most Traditional Sending Off for James. I'm greatful for the opportunity of knowing James when he walked this earth. I'm even more greatful for the ALOHA that he leaves behind with us. Long Live The
    Hawaiian Kingdom, o Pomai
  • March to End U.S. Wars, Occupations and Torture!
    Saturday, October 17, 2009
    Assemble at 3pm (march steps into the street at 3:30!)
    Ala Moana Park near Atkinson entrance
    (Look for blue earth flags)
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Ku Like Kakou last minute announcements

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Ways to get involved in Kulike Kakou

Aloha mai kakou! The Voices For Independence event at Kamakakuokalani on April 24th from 4-9 needs your help! This is a community event that will include students fand professors rom the University system as well as community practitioners and activists. Here is a list of needs for the event followed by ways to get into contact with organizers. Set up Take down Security (conflict prevention) Stage manager - keep the schedule and the flow of performers running 3 food committees: Ho'omakaukau -…

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