“Hawaii’s state constitution requires all land originally belonging to the monarchy be held in a public trust and used to benefit native Hawaiians. That includes Mauna Kea, the islands’ tallest landmark. In […]
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.’”
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, […]
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 […]
Op-Ed from Williamson Chang, Professor of Law at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Richardson School of Law.