Because of the international awareness Sacred Mauna Kea has received, as seen by our recent blog traffic, here are some foreign-language articles please share with our German, Spanish and French […]
Multiple generations of campaigners are rallying around Mauna Kea as a symbol for the larger issues of self-determination and Aloha ʻĀina in what is becoming one of, if not the, […]
International network Anonymous Operation Green Rights joins in support of #WeAreMaunaKea, takes down TMT.org and hawaii.gov web presence Source: https://twitter.com/OpGreenRights
Since 2000, Maunakea has been under stewardship of the Office of Maunakea Management whose mission is to protect the natural, cultural and scientific resources of the mountain through community-led management. […]
Transcript of activist and Kū Kiaʻi Mauna organizer Lanakila Mangauil’s speech, delivered at the Office of Hawaiian Affairs’ Thursday, April 23 meeting, concerning the Thirty Meter Telescope.
Transcript of activist and Assistant Professor at the University of Hawaiʻi Maui College Kaleikoa Kaʻeo’s speech delivered at the Office of Hawaiian Affairs’ Thursday, April 23 meeting, concerning the Thirty […]
From Europe to Haiti to now Hawai’i. Hawai’i is the flash point for this conversation now, even though the story goes beyond Hawai’i. If we are going to understand the context of what is happening in Hawai’i with the Thirty Meter Telescope, we must understand that Hawai’i is not the first or only place where astronomers used and benefited from colonialism. And in connection, we have to understand Hawaiian history. Thus, my reading list also includes important materials about Hawai’i’s history.
Op-Ed from Williamson Chang, Professor of Law at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Richardson School of Law.
“To [the University of Hawaii], understanding one creation story is more important than the creation story of the islands they occupy” – Kamahana Kealoha, Sacred Mauna Kea Hui
Native Hawaiian protesters on Mauna Kea have found a surprise benefactor in one of Hawaii’s wealthiest women. Hawaii News Now has learned that Abigail Kawananakoa, an heiress to the Campbell […]