Makahiki Season Solidarity Gathering for Hawaiian Prison Inmates

Aloha Everyone--

You're invited to the
Makahiki Season Solidarity Gathering for Hawaiian Prison Inmates

...thoughts and prayers of spiritual solidarity for Hawai'i's pa'ahao

Sunday Nov. 28 3:00 PM
University of Hawai'i at Manoa

On the Mall, outside Henke Hall/School of Social Work, adjacent to Hamilton Library
parking along East-West Road, Diamond Head side of campus

---Pule and 'Oli for the 2010 Makahiki at Waiawa CF, OCCC, Honolulu Federal Detention Center, and Federal DOJ Prisons FCI Safford/Arizona and FCI Sheridan/Oregon

---Guest Speakers:
Germaine Ka'apuni Bush and other former pa'ahao from the original 2003 Native Hawaiian Religion Lawsuit and first Makahiki Ceremony on the Mainland

---All are welcome to come to 'talk story' and learn more about Restorative Justice and offender re-entry work with Hawaii's incarcerated populations

---partaking of 'awa

Sponsored by the Pacific Justice and Reconciliation Center
contact: Dr. Rev. Kaleo Patterson, 330-6739 or Bryan Nakamura, 780-6823


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Comment by Lehulehu on November 25, 2010 at 8:12am
Welina me kealoha, Dr. Rev. Patterson and Bryan Nakamoto

Just a few constructive question no offense intended;

Are any of the Pa'ahao subjects of the Hawaiian Kingdom?

Similar to Mr. David Keanu Sai in the "Sai v Obama" federal case filed in the District of Columbia Mr. Sai has filed as a Hawaiian subject illegally and unlawfully convicted by State of Hawaii within the Hawaiian Kingdom, which I might add is at least for the Hawaiian Kingdom a high profile case docket as 10cv00899;

Well my question is, are we denying a real opportunity to address the detention, imprisonment and deportation of our poe kanaka at the very least from being herd and presented in the Sai v Obama case to support Mr. Sai by showing the court that these are not isolated incident and many Hawaiian subject are suffering the same injuries as Dr. Sai

Have you proposed this idea to Mr. Sai?

If not mistaken Mr. Sai did mention that his claim is addressing the very sentiments described above.

Is there a mechanism for someone to gather a statistical count of how many Hawaiian subjects are currently held in US custody and can they be contacted?

I am conserned about perpetuating a tradition unknown to the Hawaiian Kingdom by exercising a new practice of Makahiki that includes the unlawful restraints against our poe kanaka Hawaii by a foreign invader (USA) instead of exercising any and all rights available to them as a Hawaiian subject;

Mahalo for the opportunity to share mana'o

Malama ohana ame ke Akua Iesu Kristo

Hui hou
Comment by Kaohi on November 24, 2010 at 3:04pm
Kilo, I stood next to you at Wheeler during a verbal confrontation at the table among ourselves. Thanks for doing this, I don't think I will be in attendance, but do say hello to everyone.

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