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Kahikinui Get ‘Er Done Committee

Kahikinui Hawaiian Homestead, Maui – Hawaiian Homesteads across Hawai‘i have had their issues, no one will deny that. With the sluglike pace that the Department of Hawaiian Homelands (DHHL) has taken in providing ‘aina (land) and housing to beneficiaries, it’s a wonder that Homestead Associations even had a chance. After completing an astonishing course of […]

Taking The Bull By The Horns

One day you are hunting for food for your family in your lifelong hunting grounds and the next day you are told, you can’t. Many Hawai‘i subsistence hunters have faced obstacles of hunting on their own ‘aina (land). This unfortunate debate has been a three year journey for the Maui southeastern Hawaiian Homestead of Kahikinui. […]

Restoration Day for Hawai‘i

  ‘Iolani Palace, Hawaiian Kingdom –  In irrefutable measure of the need for government transition protocol, sovereign Hawaiians and supporting sovereign Americans will ceremonially mark the time in which implementors further define and burnish the administrative steps for the restoration of the Kingdom of beloved Hawai‘i. Restoration Day on January 17, 2021 at ‘Iolani Palace […]

Damming Evidence

UPDATE The river of justice is still dammed. Annual, month-to-month Revocable Permit 7340, for Kaua‘i waters of Wai’ale’ale and Waikoko, has been approved again for Upper Waiahi Hydropower plant. Rubber stamp approval, again, for the 18th year even though it has not produced reliable power since April of 2018. Kauai Island Utility Cooperative (KIUC) does […]

Dismantling Hopelessness on Maui

A girl can’t escape danger from an abusing partner because her paperwork is incomplete. A double amputee man struggles to make the long trip to the bathrooms because the gates are locked. A pregnant woman walks almost a mile to the only water access in the precarious night. Children are riddled in unhealthy conditions due […]

Water Guns

In an astonishing series of events, an East Maui farmer has been attacked by corporate third-party aggressors in attempts to continue stealing water and they are using guns to do it. Hawai‘i has been in 127 years of occupation and those corporations who advantaged the illegal overthrow are pulling triggers to hold on to stolen […]

Surviving the Jaws of Corporate Fraud

In the current surf-turf tug of war in the area popularly known as “Jaws,” the World Surfing League (WSL) is struggling to hang ten in 2020. The WSL has been denied juried events at epic surfing spots around the world, courtesy of COVID-19, and now the WSL is doing some head-scratching as lawful Hawaiian Nationals […]

Re-Elect the “New Kids on The Block”

This last term of the Maui County Council has provided a refreshing experience for Maui residents with the ‘New Kids on The Block’ leading strong. Wasting no time in office, first time Council members  Keani Rawlins-Fernandez, Tamara Paltin and Shane Sinenci have successfully introduced new departments, commissions and clarifying procedures that have set new precedence. […]

Commission on Healing Solutions for Homelessness Introduced

This Friday, July 24, 2020 the Maui County Council will have First Reading on a Commission on Healing Solutions for Homelessness. Over the last four months the agencies who receive Maui County funds have struggled to deal with the vulnerable population of houseless, homeless and those living in their cars. Early COVID alarm prompted erroneous […]

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