Mauna Kea is a clear voice from the Hawaiian people

"Hawaiians were inspired by Wounded Knee, Alcatraz, the Civil Rights Movement, and decolonization efforts in Africa, the Pacific and the Caribbean. Kahoolawe was the beginning of a sovereignty movement with roots that go back to the overthrow."

 

              (Published by Indian Country Today)

MAUNA KEA IS ONLY LATEST THING THEY WANT TO TAKE, ‘WE WILL NOT GIVE IT TO THEM’

"So far Hawaiians have managed to stop all efforts to begin construction through legal challenges and civil disobedience."
 

(Published by Indian Country Today)

"Now, we are forced to consider other paths to protecting the mauna, alternatives for how to proceed."

 

(Published by Honolulu Civil Beat)

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