Originally Posted on July 20, 2019by garyhooser Friends and fellow HAPA Board Members Walter Ritte and Kaleikoa Ka‘eo – Chained to a cattle grate for 11 hours to protect the Mauna. *photographer unknown How […]
“As one person in the tent was arrested, however, they were being replaced by someone else.” “We’re kupuna fighting for our families,” said Ranette Robinson, one of those arrested. “We […]
“Submit comments in opposition to the UH promulgation of Administrative Rules over Mauna Kea by clicking here: http://www.123formbuilder.com/form-4208817/objection-to-uh-process-for-admin-rules-for-mauna-kea” Healani Sonoda-Pale ******** Should the University of Hawaii, after charges dropped for […]
Call to action: UH proposes “rules;” Make your voice heard! Protect Mauna Kea!
Resposted from Melissa Leinaala Haa Moniz Our cultural and religious rights come before the scientific world’s quest to build the TMT………MAUNA A WAKEA will not be sacrificed so scientists can […]
Some observers, skeptics, and critics seem to think that the Native Hawaiian assertion that Mauna Kea is a sacred mountain is somehow peculiar. In fact, people from many different cultures […]
(click here for PDF) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SACRED MAUNA KEA PRESS RELEASE 6/4/2015 RESPONSE TO GOVERNOR DAVID IGE’S STATEMENT FOR THE TMT DESECRATION OF OUR SACRED MAUNA KEA TO RESUME […]
“This is how private property land tenure entered Hawai’i. The common people, driven from their birthright, received less than one percent of the land. They starved, while huge haole-owned sugar […]
Our Beloved Hawai’i Part 2: Stolen Identity Desecration, desecration, desecration is all I see. Construction and buildings. Construction and buildings. All for me? For me? For us? For our future? […]
Honolulu Star-Advertiser 5/21/2015 We are Hawaii. Hawaii is Mauna Kea. Onipaa. Sacred Mauna Kea Hui would like to again express its gratitude to Princess Abigail Kawānanakoa for having chosen our […]
As a Native Hawaiian scientist, I have humbly reached out to the Sacred Mauna Kea Hui to share my anonymous letter. As a Mauna Kea supporter, I am often faced […]
Hāloa Cover by Solomon Enos I. I will start off by saying I’m not indigenous to the islands, I’m not born and raised in Hawai‘i, I’m not even residing there […]
Last week, protestors of another planned U.S. military base in Okinawa rallied outside the Japanese embassy in a show of solidarity with Hawaiians and other occupied indigenous peoples around the […]
We’ve heard from multiple members of the lāhui about the importance of stopping the TMT project, but here’s why non-Hawaiians should be invested in the Mauna Kea struggle too.
A response to Ian Lind’s Civil Beat column, “Dangerous Intersection of Social Policy and the ‘Sacred.’”
“Sacred is not necessarily a place. It is a relationship, a deep visceral relationship: beyond reason, beyond law, beyond rationality.”
Published on Apr 26, 2015 A conversation with Lanakila Mangauil after the march on the Governor’s office for the purpose of reopening the EIS process for the Mauna Kea conservation and […]
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
In today’s edition of West Hawaiʻi Today, Chad Ahia offers an eloquent response to the misconception that Kānaka Maoli are anti-science.
Journalist Gale Courey Toensing’s excellent piece for Indian Country Today Media Network: “Giant Telescope Project Halted on Sacred Mauna Kea; Protests Continue.”
In today’s edition of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, Leslie E. Sponsel, Professor Emeritus of the Department of Anthropology at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, in connection with the TMT at […]