US Military Greater Threat To Hawaii Than North Korea

By Ann Wright, -

US Military Fuel Tanks Threaten Aquifer in Hawaii, Should Have Been Shut Down After Major Spill of Jet Fuel in 2014 The North Korean missile scare in Hawaii a year ago was alarming.  But that [...]

After 1,600 Days Of Protest, Okinawans Bring Fight To Washington

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Clearing the FOG. -

The United States military is building another base on Okinawa in an environmentally-sensitive area, on top of the second most diverse coral reef in the world, against the will of Okinawans who [...]

Big Island Video News (BIVN): Jen Ruggles Holds Community Meeting On War Crimes

By Staff, -

(BIVN)– A community meeting organized by Puna councilwoman Jen Ruggles to explain her ongoing absence from council drew a standing room-only crowd to the Keaʻau Community Center on Monday night. [...]

Marriott Hotel Workers Strike Spreads To Hawaii

By Kevin Martinez, -

More than 2,700 hotel workers in Honolulu and Maui walked off the job on Monday, joining Marriott workers who began striking last week in the San Francisco area. Nationwide, 7,700 workers from 23 [...]

The Illegal Overthrow Of The Hawaiian Kingdom Government

By Staff, -

In 2001, the Permanent Court of Arbitration’s arbitral tribunal, in Larsen v. Hawaiian Kingdom, declared “in the nineteenth century the Hawaiian Kingdom existed as an independent State recognized [...]

Resistance To US Occupation Of Hawaii Continues

By Staff, -

“I have come to understand that the lawful political status of the Hawaiian Islands is that of a sovereign nation-state in continuity; but a nation-state that is under a strange form of [...]

Hawaiian Kingdom Files Lawsuit Against President Trump In Washington, D.C.

By Staff, -

On Monday morning, 25  June 2018, the Chairman of the acting Council of Regency for the Hawaiian Kingdom, H.E. David Keanu Sai, Ph.D., filed with the United States District Court for the District [...]

Military’s Live-Fire Training Ignites Resistance From Some Big Island Neighbors

By Jon Letman, -

POHAKULOA, Hawaii Island — It’s cold, it’s windy and at 6,300 feet above sea level, the air is thin. For more than 70 years, this stark landscape of folded black lava and bulging cinder cones has [...]

Calling For An End To RIMPAC War Games

By  Kelsey Amos, -

A coalition of demilitarization and decolonization activist groups has written an open letter to the U.S. and Hawaiʻi state governments calling for an end to the annual Pacific military exercises [...]

Hawaii Could Become The First State To Ban Chlorpyrifos

By Will Caron, -

A bill that would put in place several different regulations on industrial agricultural restricted pesticide use has passed it’s biggest hurdle on the way to becoming a groundbreaking law. [...]

U.S. Commits “Acts of War” Against The Hawaiian Kingdom

By Staff, -

President Cleveland ascertained that this “military demonstration upon the soil of Honolulu was of itself an act of war, unless made either with the consent of the Government of Hawaii or for the [...]

Colonial Rule Of Hawaii For 125 Years Puts Hawaii At Risk

By Andrea Freeman, -

The effects of a political overthrow that happened 125 years ago in Hawaii could not have been felt more vividly this month. The fear and distress that cast a shadow over the Hawaiian islands on [...]

Missile Scare Motivates Hawaiians To Take Action

By Anita Hofschneider, Civil Beat. -

Noelani Goodyear–Ka‘ōpua, a professor at the University of Hawaii, is among the many people planning to attend the march who believe the Hawaiian Islands are illegally occupied by the United [...]

Hawaii Becomes First U.S. State To Go Cashless For Marijuana Sales

By Aaron Kesel, -

By Aaron Kesel for Activist Post. Hawaiian state officials announced Tuesday that Hawaii will be the first state to require the sale of marijuana to be cashless, paid with a special debit card [...]

Hawaii May Become First State With Guaranteed Income

By Matthew Wright, -

By Matthew Wright For - It may have been the last state to join the United States, but Hawaii may trail blaze and become the first to offer guaranteed basic income. A bill was [...]

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