Monthly Archives: September 2009

The Means To Hawaiian Sovereignty (2).

‘Iokepa and I have returned to our Islands of Hawai’i. For eight months and 25,000 car miles, we drove the freeways of the  American continent. But we spoke out, always and only, on behalf of this place and these people. … Continue reading

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The Meaning of Hawaiian Sovereignty (1).

Last month, in honor of the 50th anniversary of Hawaiian statehood, a New York Times editorial writer began:  “The 50th state turns 50 on Friday, and the strange thing is how wildly and jubilantly the islands aren’t celebrating.”  The writer  … Continue reading

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