Posts Tagged: Movements and Resistance

Stryker brigade expansion will force realignment of Saddle Road

Posted on: Monday, October 15, 2007 Hawaii Saddle Road faces realignment By Eloise Aguiar Advertiser Staff Writer The state must realign a part of its Saddle Road highway improvement project after the Army acquired 24,000 acres of land near Pohakuloa Training Area that sits on part of the newly aligned highway. The $220 million Big… Read more »

Superferry Unstoppable?

UNSTOPPABLE Joan Conrow Oct 10, 2007 As the Hawai’i Superferry navigates the Islands’ choppy judicial waters, some of the core issues surrounding its operations have been submerged in a rising debate over the vessel’s pros and cons. Rep. Hermina Morita (D-14th) is trying to dredge them up again with a formal complaint asking the state… Read more »

Wahiawa speaks out on Strykers

Posted on: Wednesday, October 3, 2007 Hawaii Stryker plan gets wary welcome By Will Hoover Advertiser Staff Writer WAHIAWA – An Army proposal to permanently base a $1.5 billion Stryker brigade combat team in Hawai’i received a somewhat warmer reception last night in Wahiawa than it had in several previous meetings. Last night’s hearing was… Read more »

Moku o Keawe blasts Stryker expansion

September 26, 2007 ROD THOMPSON / RTHOMPSON@STARBULLETIN.COM Former Office of Hawaiian Affairs Trustee Moanikeala Akaka forcefully expressed an opinion to Army public affairs officer Howard Sugai, back to camera, before last night’s hearing on stationing a Stryker brigade in Hawaii. Opponents dominate forum By Rod Thompson HILO » About 60 Big Island residents attended… Read more »

Thanks, But No Tanks

Thanks but no tanks — Stryker draft EIS ready for comment Public hearings set for September 25 & 26 Wednesday, September 19, 2007 8:44 AM HST As long as Senator Daniel Inouye has been representing Hawai`i in congress, the islands have received more than their fair share of military pork. With the recent discovery of… Read more »

6th International Meeting of Women Resisting Militarism

6th International Meeting of Women Resisting Militarism: San Francisco, CA The International Women’s Network Against Militarism’s 6th international meeting: Women Working for Human Rights, Sustainability and Everyday Security. This meeting brings together 80 women from Korea, Okinawa, Hawaii, Guam, Puerto Rico, Philippines, mainland Japan and the U.S. to share information and strategize about the negative… Read more »

Superferry Protests on Kaua’i

DMZ-Hawai’i / Aloha ‘Aina Action Alert August 28, 2007 Call To Action to support Superferry Protests on Kaua’i DMZ Hawaii Aloha ‘Aina calls on O’ahu people to protest the Hawaii Superferry sail from Honolulu to Nawiliwili PROTEST at PIER 19 / Meet at Nimitiz Highway & Kukahi Street 2:15pm We stand in solidarity with the… Read more »

Hawaiian Activists Fight US Military Bases Hawaiian Activists Fight US Military Bases June 29 2007 Two Hawaiian land rights activists visited Sydney in June and spoke to The Guardian about their struggles against US militarization of Hawaii and their support for protests against the Talisman Sabre war games in Shoalwater Bay, Queensland. Terri Keko’olani and Leimaile Quitevis are Indigenous leaders… Read more »


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 22, 2007 NATIVE HAWAIIANS & CHAMORRO (GUAM) WARN AUSTRALIA OVER TALISMAN SABRE 2007 Two indigenous Native Hawaiian activists and a Chamorro (GUAM) activist visiting Central Queensland expressed their shock and outrage at the destruction being inflicted on the local environment by the Talisman Sabre US/Australian joint military exercises. ” We are… Read more »


PEACE CONVERGENCE – MEDIA RELEASE – 20 JUNE 2007 GUAM AND HAWAII BRING WARNING ABOUT MILITARY EXERCISES Three international guests arrived in Yeppoon – Rockhampton on Wednesday to add their voices to the protest of over 500 Australians concerned about the Australian-US Talisman Sabre 2007 military exercises at Shoalwater Bay Training Area near Yeppoon, central… Read more »