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Dr. Noenoe Silva signs the Petition - with Clare Apana.

Hale Hōʻala Project Restoration

Published on Jul 2, 2016

Attempted Overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom,1893

Published on Jan 14, 2013
Everything you need to know about the illegal overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom. Keanu Sai explains the event in five minutes. A clip from the program "Aloha Quest - Part One," a one hour program covering various historical events from 1840 through 1898. The entire program is available on DVD at: http://www.hawaiianvoice.com/?wpsc-pr... Mahalo to Dawn Kaniaupio and Alphamedia for the interview with Keanu Sai and to Dennis "Bumpy" Kanahele, executive producer of the 6-hour Aloha Quest telethon who made this program possible.

Voices of Truth TV - Joyclynn Costa

Uploaded on Jul 3, 2010
http://VoicesOfTruthTV.com - When the US took Hawai`i over, what happened to Hawaiian Kingdom law? Did it just evaporate? That's what Joyclynn Costa wanted to know. So she started her own research project which unearthed some very surprising answers, including who really owns land in Hawai`i today. You'll be amazed as she reveals what she found in her remarkable one-woman journey of discovery.

American National Teachers Union Recognizes the Illegal Occupation of the Hawaiian Kingdom . . . READ MORE

Sovereignty Pains

The journey toward self-determination for Native Hawaiians does not come without its own form of growing pains.

Will Caron in Hawaiian Sovereignty in Indigenous issues April 29, 2015 06:42 PM 

Published on Dec 29, 2014
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Biologist and cultural practitioner Sam Ohu Gon III reveals the true Hawaii, a place much more than beaches and mai tais. In these islands, there is a message for the world. click for more

The Ku`e anti-annexation petitions of 1897

Published on Jan 16, 2013
When the self-proclaimed Republic of Hawai`i, made up of traitors who had engineered a coup d'etat against Queen Lili`uokalani and her government, attempted a treaty of annexation to the United States, loyal Hawaiian Kingdom subjects voiced their opposition. Traveling by foot, horse, train and inter-island steamship, the men and women of the Hui Aloha `Aina gathered the signatures of virtually every adult citizen of the islands in a "monster petition" that was delivered to Congress. The treaty was defeated.

This is a clip from the program "Aloha Quest - Part One," a one hour program covering various historical events in Hawai`i from 1840 through 1898. The entire program is available on DVD at: http://www.hawaiianvoice.com/?wpsc-pr...

Published on Jun 5, 2015
Ku’e Palapala Ho’opi’i - Connecting the Past, Present, and Future.

Over 21,000 Hawaiian citizens, including over 160 non-kanaka maoli Hawaiians signed a petition in 1897 opposing United States (US) efforts to annex Hawaii. The US effort failed so out of desperation to control Hawaii, the US lied to the world claiming to have annexed Hawaii. There is no treaty of annexation and there never was. The US belligerent occupation of Hawaii continues...

What is a Hawaiian Subject?

Keanu Sai discusses the difference between ethnicity and nationality as he reveals Hawaiian Kingdom law regarding citizenship.

This is a clip from the program "Aloha Quest - Part One," a one hour program covering various historical events in Hawai`i from 1840 through 1898.

The entire program is available on DVD at: http://www.hawaiianvoice.com/?wpsc-pr...