“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 […]
(Damon Tucker: Hawaii News and Island Information) For fourteen years, Lukela served as an Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) Trustee Aide to Hannah Kihalani Springer and as OHA’s East Hawaii […]
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 […]
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.”
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.
What’s Your Sacred Place? Is it a summit like Mauna Kea? A silent forest trail? The view of a valley or of the horizon as you sit on a board […]
Videos: Hawaiian Activists Block Illegal Construction On Sacred Mountain | PopularResistance.Org Clarence Kukauakahi Ching, a supporter of halting construction of the behemoth telescope, spoke to Big Island Video News, he […]
International interview live on Mauna Kea on the historic day of 10/7/14 where the groundbreaking for the TMT was interrupted and brought to a halt by the people of Hawaii. […]
Hawaii telescope groundbreaking halted by peaceful protest – UPI.com HONOLULU, Oct. 7 (UPI) — Plans to build the world’s largest telescope atop the summit of Hawaii’s Mauna Kea were delayed […]
The following is a word for word transcription of an article that is non-factual and seeks to mislead the world about the fact that the groundbreaking for the TMT was […]
This is a small part of the untold true story of the first successful attempt to ever stop a groundbreaking on Mauna Kea… Full coverage from Big Island Video News […]
A groundbreaking and Hawaiian blessing ceremony came to an abrupt end before it could really get underway Tuesday because of protesters who oppose plans to build one of the world’s […]
Global news coverage of the failed groundbreaking for the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT), which occurred on October 7, 2013, provides an unprecedented opportunity to inform the world that Hawaiʻi is […]
At a meeting of the Mauna Kea Advisory Committee (MKAC; December 1998), Larry Kauanoe Kimura provided a copy of a tape recording with portions of two interviews he had conducted […]