VIDEO *** President Mckinley is Robert E. Lee on a global scale and is responsible for the imperial expansion into Hawaii, Guam, Philippines, Puerto Rico, and Cuba
By Dr. Kalama Niheu | Aug 18, 2017
Lāhui Rising Series – Jan. 30, 2017 from Ka’iwakīloumoku on Vimeo.
What are the chances of a Naʻi Aupuni constitution being recognized via the DOI rule?
By Healani Sonoda-Pale | December 5, 2016
Gabbard Faced Tough Questions In Dakota About Hawaiian Issues
To watch click here – 2016 Aha Aloha Aina Community Forum
Hawaiians Protests DOI Rule That Will Give Them Tribal Status
Rising Up with Sanali | October 25, 2016
If the international community ignores this it will be the second time in the face of overwhelming evidence of a crime that they looked the other way while the US rapes Hawaii. – John Kane
THE FEDERAL RULE AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR OUR PEOPLE
by Dr Kalama o ka ʻāina | October 11, 2016
Friday, October 7, 2016 – Hawaii and self-determination
Friday morning at 7am Hawaii time, Kalama O Ka Aina and Noe Goodyear-Kaopuawill be talking about the DOI rule that opens a pathway for the US to establish a relationship with a Native Hawaiian government. I believe Rebecca Soon will also be on the show.
Federal rule denies Hawaiians the right to rule themselves
By Mililani Trask | Honolulu Star Advertiser | October 6, 2016
Some Protest US Rule for Recognition of Native Hawaiian Government
by Frances Kai-Hwa Wang | NBCNews | September 26, 2016
“Now we know”: Eight reasons why so many Kānaka Maoli oppose US federal recognition
by Noelani Goodyear-Kaʻōpua | Ke Kaupu Heihi Ale | September 26, 2016
by Mililani Trask | recent DOI rule changes | September 25, 2016
The Law And The Truth Behind The U.S.-Hawaii Relationship
by | Honolulu Civil Beat | September 25, 2016
‘Aha Aloha ‘Āina from Standing Rock: Ku’e DOI Rule to create a Federally Recognized Hawaiian Tribe
by 23, 2016
PROTEST NAʻI AUPUNI PRESS STATEMENT FRIDAY
by Keala Kelly | Press Statement @ ʻIolani Palace | September 23, 2016
Feds Lay Out ‘Pathway’ To Native Hawaiian Self-Governance
By | Honolulu Civil Beat | SEPTEMBER 23, 2016
Hawaiians Openly Reject President Obama’s new rule—a DOI invented process to create a Native Hawaiian Tribe
by Healani Sonoda-Pale | FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | September 22, 2106
Native Hawaiians join Dakota pipeline protests
by Gary Kubota | Star Advertiser | September 20, 2016
IUCN: Where Is The Concern Over Military’s Environmental Impact?
Hawaiʻi Unites with Standing Rock in Waikiki with the blessings of Kapaemahu, the healing stones.
by Dr. Kalama Niheu | Video by APECEpic | Waikīkī Oʻahu | September 10, 2016
by Chad Blair | Civil Beat Honoulu | July 31, 2016
Lā Ho‘iho‘i Ea: Politics of Restoration and Hawaiian Sovereignty
by David Maile | The Red Nation | July 31, 2016
Kyle Kajihiro speaks at Asia-Pacific conference (Moana Nui 2013) sponsored by International Forum on Globalization and Pua Mohala I Ka Po, on June 1, 2013 in Berkeley, California
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Kamehameha Schools graduating seniors sit through national anthem, sparking debate
by Mileka Lincoln | HONOLULU HawaiiNewsNow | Jun 15, 2016 07:01p
John Kane – ʻAha Aloha ʻĀina w/Liko Martin and Laulani Teale – Red Ribbon Tour, Raul Goodness, Leon Siu – Covering the issues of Hawaii and continuing to build these critical alliances between Hawaii island and the first Nations of Moku honu.
On the plane from Honolulu, Laulani reads from “Hawaiʻi Story” by Queen Lili’uokalani, about her departure from Honolulu in 1896, pointing out her kaona writing style, in which a pleasant conversation between the Queen and Sanford Dole tells a lot about the determination for restoration, as well as the threats and spying, that were really going on.
May 16,2016 at 5 am Hawaiʻi time (11 am EST) – Liko and Laulani will be LIVE on WBAI New York City before departing on their upcoming Red Ribbons tour!
John Kane – Kaulana Fraiser SOUNDCLOUD.COM – Covering the issues of Hawaii and continuing to build these critical alliances between Hawaii island and the first Nations of Moku honu.
US Legal System A Weapon Against Native Peoples
By Tanya H. Lee | Indian Country Today | May 11, 2016
First Friday with Mililani Trask featuring Kū Kahakalau and Lākea Trask
Kaho’okahi Kanuha 5/26 (he’s asking to consolidate with Kaleikoa)
Kalama Niheu 6/2 Bench trial
What really happened at the ‘Aha, part V
By Ka’iulani Milham | The Hawai’i Independent | Apr. 18, 2016
Click Here to watch Full Episode
First Friday April 1, 2016: Mililani Trask, Lehua Kinilau and Healani Sonoda-Pale talking about the DOI & Naʻi Aupuni.
What really happened at the ‘Aha, part IV
By Ka’iulani Milham | The Hawai’i Independent | March 31, 2016
Native Americans Warn Native Hawaiians of the Dangers of Federal Recognition
Sunday, 13 December 2015 | By Imani Altemus-Williams, IC Magazine | Report
Lāhui locked out at the gates of the DOI in DC
Healani Sonoda-Pale delivers the Declaration, Documents and Demands directly to the gates of the DOI in Washington DC.
LUNCH WITH JANE SANDERS AT TOWN RESTAURANT- A diplomatic mission.
By Dr. Kalamaokaʻaina Niheu | Town Restaurant Honolulu | March 21, 2016
What really happened at the ‘Aha, part III
By Ka’iulani Milham | The Hawai’i Independent | March 18, 2016
John Kane – UmiPerkins SOUNDCLOUD.COM – Covering the issues of Hawaii and continuing to build these critical alliances between Hawaii island and the first Nations of Moku honu.
Three major problems with the ʻAha constitution
By John Osorio | The Hawai’i Independent | March 15, 2016
What really happened at the ‘Aha, part II
By Ka’iulani Milham | The Hawai’i Independent | March 9, 2016
Protecting Hawaiian Kingdom Legacy Is Today’s Kuleana
By Walter Ritte | Honolulu Civil Beat | March 8, 2016
The Other Aha: Hawaiian Independence Backers Make Their Case
By Chad Blair | Honolulu Civil Beat |February 25, 2016
Kanaka Maoli to Feds: ‘Get Out of Our House! Go Home!’