Sacred Mauna Kea Hui head facilitator Kamahana Kealoha is interviewed by the BBC London World Update.
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 […]
The Standing on Sacred Ground film series by Christopher McLeod will be broadcast nationally on the PBS World Channel. The film series on sacred sites from eight indigenous communities across […]
HPR2’s Molly Solomon looks into UC Berkeley and the pro-TMT e-mail that sparked discussions on racism and lack of diversity in the astronomy community.
Dr. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein has been the leading anti-TMT ally within the astronomy community. She and other scientists have spoken out against racist statements made about the protectors and the systemic […]
In the early morning of March 23, Native Hawaiian cultural practitioner Lanakila Mangauil heard that construction of the world’s largest optical telescope had begun atop the Hawaiian sacred mountain Mauna […]
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.”