Los Angeles DOI and Hawaiian Community Meeting Regarding Government-to-Government Relations, Part 2




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Published on Aug 15, 2014

Part 2, Presentation by Dr. Keanu Sai
WE NEED YOUR VOICE! Add your comments to the public record and for official consideration in this issue, by AUGUST 19th, 2014 11:59pm ET. To add your mana'o go to http://www.regulations.gov/#!document...

It takes much knowledge to undo 121 years of misinformation, maltreatment and injustice. It takes the knowledge and wisdom of our ancestors as a basis to help us move forward with what is best for the Hawaiian people. How can we know what to do unless we are informed of the truth of how this happened and all of the current options to correct it? A big mahalo goes out to the Department of Interior for asking what we, the Hawaiian people want. Please make your voice count and answer their question. It takes many hands to paddle this canoe. My deepest mahalo all that made this information available and especially for the community that came out, accepted the call to listen, ask questions, learn and hopefully respond. My mahalo extends to all that made this meeting possible:

All of our Native Hawaiian citizens wherever they may live
Rhea Suh, Department of Interior, Assistant Secretary for Policy Management and Budget
Benton Pang, Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs
Dr. David Keanu Sai, Ph.D., Political Scientist
Gil Ontai, Springfield College
Charlene Lui, Pelekikena, Mainland Council, Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs
Sharon Paulo, Pelekikena, Kaha i ka Panoa Kaleponi HCC
Charlene Kazner, Pelekikena, Ainahau o Kaleponi HCC
Ka`ala and Kaiwi Pang, Pacific Islander Health Partnership
Matt and Dee Seto
Kawaiopua Alo
Kendall Kanoa Hawley
Chad Kukahiko
Denny Kukahiko

Suggested Links:

DOI Website: http://www.doi.gov/ohr/index.cfm

Hawai`i Kingdom, Dr Keanu Sai: 1893 Executive Agreements & Profound Impacts Today http://vimeo.com/70049401

Office of Hawaiian Affairs: http://www.oha.org/DOI

Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs: http://aohcc.org/index.php/the-associ...

We will endeavor to continue this effort until we come to our journey's end.

Malama pono a me ka ha`aha`a,

Lono Kollars


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