Posts Categorized: Events & Action

YouthSpeaks Hawaii Interscholastic Poetry Slam

please help spread the word! show your love and support for Hawaii’s Youth Poets! any questions, let me know: Youth Speaks Hawaii presents INTERscholastic Poetry Slam, Spring’09 Featuring High School Slam Poets from: Kalani, Haki Puu, UH Lab, Farrington (Kalaheo? MidPac? Campbell? Waianae? Mililani) Friday the 13th, March 2009 @ Farrington HS Aud doors@6pm show@7pm… Read more »

Army public meeting on Makua Cultural Sites access

IMPORTANT! Makua Cultural Sites Meeting Monday, March 9th, 6:30 P.M. Nanaikapono Elementary School 89-153 Mano Avenue (Nanakuli ahupua’a) The U.S Army is holding a community meeting in Wai’anae to prioritize cultural sites that the public wants access to. Malama Makua and Hui Malama Makua are in the process of creating a list of those sites… Read more »

Protest state of Hawai’i’s bid to extinguish Kanaka Maoli land claims

Aloha kakou: This is a very busy week, with events being organized throughout Hawaii and the US in opposition to the state’s attempt to negate Hawaiian claims to our national lands. Here’s a current list of activities that are being planned. Please participate, and at a minimum, fly a Hawaiian flag. For up to date… Read more »

Celebrate International Women’s Day

Celebrate Resistance and Internationalism International Women’s Day Sunday, March 8 4pm Revolution Books Short testimonies Poetry and music Followed by supper Celebrate our solidarity with revolutionary women around the world who are fighting against the oppression of women and the emancipation of all of humanity. On March 8 we will hear testimonies from women from… Read more »

Torch March around Maui to highlight Hawaiian issues The Maui News February 19, 2009 Illuminating journey Around-island march to throw light on Native Hawaiian issues By KEKOA ENOMOTO, Staff Writer LAHAINA A group of Native Hawaiians plans to walk around Maui island under the auspices of E Ka’apuni A Ho’a Kukui Na Moku’aina, which means: torch march through the moku, or districts…. Read more »

Action Alert from KAHEA to Protect Mauna Kea!

Please take action to Protect Mauna Kea! Your help is needed right now. Lobbyists for the University of Hawaii, backed by powerful foreign telescope-developers, are pushing hard to take control of Mauna Kea’s public trust resources and override the conservation laws currently barring further development on our sacred summits. If successful, they will use this… Read more »

Fly the Hawaiian Flag for Hawaiian Lands!

MANA (Movement for Aloha No ka Aina) issued the following call to fly Ka Hae Aloha (The Hawaiian Flag) to protest the State’s attempt to extinguish Hawaiian land claims: PROTECT OUR LANDS DISPLAY THE HAWAIIAN FLAG ON FEBRUARY 24-25 On February 25, the Supreme Court will be hearing the “ceded” lands case. The State of… Read more »

David Krieger to speak on Nuclear Weapons and the Human Future

NUCLEAR WEAPONS AND THE HUMAN FUTURE David Krieger, PhD President, Nuclear Age Peace Foundation Santa Barbara, California Thursday, February 12, 2009 6pm to 8pm Honolulu Friends Meeting House 2426 O`ahu Avenue Honolulu, Hawai`i Free and open to the public David Krieger is a founder and President of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, which has initiated… Read more »

“2009 International Conference against the Asia Pacific Missile Defense and for the End of Arms Race”

Updated Program as of: April 11, 2009 International Conference against the Asia Pacific Missile Defense and for the End of Arms Race Seoul Women’s Plaza, Seoul, South Korea, April 16-18, 2009 Daily Events and Programs (1). April 16, 2009 (Thursday): Field Trip to the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and Getting Acquainted (Consecutive Interpretation) 08:00-09:00: Breakfast, Seoul… Read more »