Why is the University of Hawaii not offering courses in International Law? Are they being dictated by the Federal Government while in the process of stealing our lands?
Added by Namaka'eha on May 27, 2009 at 7:52am —
Are you saying that you are the only descendant of one alli and that you are entitled to all crown lands?
Are you for real? It reminds of Akahi Nui who went to the palace and didn't know which room to go to. He could have paid the $15 for the tour, and he would have found it without any problems!
How do you expect the po'e to listen and follow you when your own intentions does not serve the interest of the Hawaiian Nationals!
Added by Namaka'eha on May 27, 2009 at 7:47am —
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THE FREE HAWAI`I BROADCASTING… Continue
Added by Free Hawai`i on May 27, 2009 at 4:16am —
I had bought that book 2 weeks ago, got it last week. Not a very easy read in my opinion, but nonetheless, a lot of facts and some things I wasn't aware of, although I do wonder of the interpretation of some documents.
In any event, a few people have commented on my book, one person is the typical "fascinated with anything Hawaii" type of moron. But today, another guy asked, and it's not the question but more like a statement while… Continue
Added by Kaapuikinaea on May 26, 2009 at 11:36am —
Seriously, these signs are good! It only takes one person or incident (or more actually) that tells me to wake up, and see what is being said. As was the case yesterday, as there was a posting about someone
, that eventually got responnses or actually retaliation to which, as usual, that said person
disagreed and as usual, do everything… Continue
Added by Kaapuikinaea on May 26, 2009 at 10:50am —
This past Saturday I spent time with my alumni. It was nice to see new faces and reacquaint with old ones. I had just left the JCC after listening to a panel discussion on Asian Settlers and Colonialism. It was night out to relax and enjoyed myself.
Here are some pics....…
Added by Namaka'eha on May 26, 2009 at 7:23am —
I must admit, other than working on my dissertation, I took a break with my children and we went to this beach. I thought it was near Honolulu, however to my amazement it was near Kalaeloa. We had a bbq and the children had fun at the beach.
Don't forget to pamper yourself, cause we all need a break too. Life can be so hectic and often neglect ourselves. I had spent time with alumni and created memories too! Enjoy yourself!
Here are some pics!…
Added by Namaka'eha on May 26, 2009 at 7:00am —
University of Hawai`i-Manoa Hawaiian Studies Professor Jonathan K. Osorio will continue the… Continue
Added by Free Hawai`i on May 26, 2009 at 5:57am —
Another way to exercise Hawaiian, is to haku mele. I try to do those more often now to practice. I did this one while making my french toast this morning.
Hanau ke keiki punahele
He wahine imi naauao
Nui na inoa loaa oia i na palapala
Aole nae hiki ke heluhelu i ka olelo makuahine
Lumai i na palapala loaa
Ho'opulepule iaia iho
Pii aela i ke kuauhau lani
Hoino ia i na lii o makou
He alii wale no ia na na naaupo
Added by Kaapuikinaea on May 26, 2009 at 3:30am —
For my family and friends who like know:
* I can understand how it is to be po'o pa'a ki ki but one thing I do not appreciate is when someone tags MY personal blog with unsolicited spam. I like my spam and rice though but I do NOT like unsolicited spamming of my PERSONAL blogs where I post hyperlinks accompanied with MY mana'o.
* Note that comments are now restricted to family and friends ONLY since
person does not respect other people's… Continue
Added by Ululani on May 25, 2009 at 8:00am —
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Added by Free Hawai`i on May 25, 2009 at 5:48am —
Aloha kaua e everyone. You read that right. As I am typing this newest blog to Maoliworld, Ululani Oliva, Academic Advisor from the Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, is coordinating a panel discussion involving Keanu Sai, John Osario, the author of the book, Aran Ardaiz, John Van Dyke, Bumpy Kanahele, Haunani & Mililani Trask, and maybe a few others, on the topic and subject of if and how Hawaii really is a State, or if Hawaii really is a… Continue
Added by Kaleo Farias on May 25, 2009 at 2:13am —
I attended this discussion at Japanese Cultural Center yesterday. I thought this would be a useful resource to have in your personal library!
Here is the name of the book:
ASIAN SETTLER COLONIALISM
Edited by Candace Fujikane & Johnathan Okamura…
Added by Namaka'eha on May 24, 2009 at 2:00pm —
All last week and this, the eighth annual Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues is being held at the United Nations in New York City, where the world’s indigenous peoples meet to share their challenges and discuss their future.
A broad coalition of Hawaiian… Continue
Added by Free Hawai`i on May 24, 2009 at 8:21am —
To follow is the synopsis of Beyond Wailea, a feature film based on a true story from Maui that now is under consideration by a major Hollywood Producer. Your comments will help make this film a reality.
This film is important not only to Hawai'i but also to the world. Your Queen's response to the US invasion of The Kingdom of Hawai'i is the epitome of true leadership, compassion, and humanity. The film suggests that she be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
A very… Continue
Added by J. D'Alba on May 23, 2009 at 7:41am —
Added by Free Hawai`i on May 23, 2009 at 5:27am —
There is never a dull moment for myself. Good interests and hobbies keep me busy! MAMAZ BOIZ rocks Waipahu 'Olelo this past Thursday!
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Added by Namaka'eha on May 23, 2009 at 2:14am —
Mahalo to those who replied. I'm very humbly grateful for your kokua. If you have the research and still want to return it, please complete and return. Your identity will be concealed if you choose to participate.
Again, mahalo for your kokua!
P.S. awaiting final word from committee. There was a total of 20 replies out of 25 request! Mahalo MW!
Added by Namaka'eha on May 22, 2009 at 5:00pm —
Genre: Hawai'ian/Legal Drama/Adventure/Mystery/Fantasy
Logline: A 19th Century Naval Chaplain, who resisted the US takeover of Hawai'i, is reincarnated as a contemporary attorney who is confronted with the same dark energies that originally overthrew the Kingdom of Hawai'i, as he fights against unscrupulous developers to preserve a Hawai'ian family's ownership of land .
Based On A True Story From The Island Of Maui.
By J.… Continue
Added by J. D'Alba on May 22, 2009 at 2:36pm —
Gay fest is right around the corner, June 20
Show pride and support.
Added by Rev.Theresa on May 22, 2009 at 2:30pm —