Monthly Archives: November 2009

Part I: Free My Husband’s Nation – Unleash Hawai’i.

It’s Thanksgiving Day; ‘Iokepa is threatened with jail.  The challenge of Return Voyage, always and only moved by ancestral guidance, intensifies. In the long, deep, ubiquitous story of freedom denied, of national identity obliterated, of oppression institutionalized – there have … Continue reading

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What Would You Do With Your Freedom?

This is the insistent (seldom kindly spoken) challenge that ‘Iokepa Hanalei ‘Īmaikalani hears whenever he dares to speak of the future of the Native Hawaiian people – or of their nation. The implied conclusion is:  these people would not know … Continue reading

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