A Nation Rising: Hawaiian Movements for Life, Land, and by Noelani Goodyear-Ka′opua (ed.), Ikaika Hussey (ed.), Erin

By Noelani Goodyear-Ka′opua (ed.), Ikaika Hussey (ed.), Erin Kahunawaika′ala Wright (ed.)

A state Rising chronicles the political struggles and grassroots tasks jointly often called the Hawaiian sovereignty stream. students, neighborhood organizers, reporters, and filmmakers give a contribution essays that discover local Hawaiian resistance and resurgence from the Nineteen Seventies to the early 2010s. photos and vignettes approximately specific activists additional carry Hawaiian social events to lifestyles. The tales and analyses of efforts to guard land and average assets, withstand neighborhood dispossession, and strengthen claims for sovereignty and self-determination display the varied pursuits and methods, in addition to the inevitable tensions, of the broad-tent sovereignty stream. the gathering explores the Hawaiian political ethic of ea, which either comprises and exceeds dominant notions of state-based sovereignty. A country Rising increases concerns that resonate some distance past the Hawaiian archipelago, matters corresponding to Indigenous cultural revitalization, environmental justice, and demilitarization.

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Ed donated a large number of his photos to an open-source Hawaiian resource website, Ulukau. org/apo/cgi-bin/edgreevy. 42. Rohrer, Haoles in Hawaiʻi, 87. 43. Participation in oha elections had previously been restricted to anyone who could trace their ancestry to the Indigenous people who resided in Hawaiʻi prior to 1778, the first recorded date of European arrival in the islands. 44. Rice v. Cayetano (98-818) (146 F3d 1075, reversed). ” See Kauanui, “Precarious Positions,” 7. 45. Fujikane, “Introduction,” 15.

S. 8 million acres of seized Hawaiian national lands—for a beneficiary class defined by a 50 percent blood quantum. S. S. military usage or for the Hawaiian Homelands trust to the newly formed state of Hawaiʻi. ” The national lands of the Hawaiian Kingdom, which remain under the control of the United States and the state of Hawaiʻi, continue to be sites of contestation. In the late 1970s, building on the momentum of earlier community-level struggles, the Council of Hawaiian Organizations and Alu Like sponsored several “Pūwalu sessions” that brought together hundreds of individuals and representatives of different Hawaiian associations.

He befriended Kānaka Maoli who started at the university and branched out to support multiple antieviction and anti-imperialism struggles, such as Pete Thompson, Terri Kekoʻolani, Joy Ahn, Kīhei “Soli” Niheu, and Haunani-­K ay Trask. 40 His relationship with the Kellys was perhaps the most central influence on his photography, and he recalls learning as much from Marion’s scholarly interests in Indigenous Hawaiian subsistence traditions as from John Kelly’s deep involvement in on-the-ground organizing.

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