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1952 Questionnaire on NSGT

August 19, 2014
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UN Questionnaire NSGT

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Testimony to the DOI on ANPRM

August 18, 2014
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Testimony to the DOI on ANPRM

It is appropriate for August 18th to be the closing of the comments section to the Department of the Interior’s public response to their “advanced notice of proposed rulemaking” (ANPRM). Since August 21st is Admissions Day or Statehood Day in Hawaii, it is timely that coming from the DOI, this testimony could be accounted...

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DS-DOI MOC on NSGT Jan.1953

July 13, 2014
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1952_12-28_DS-DOI MOC

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Hawaii 78 (rpm that is)

June 24, 2014
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I found this recording in a stack of 78s I rescued. What a surprise! It was obviously meant to be found by me. What should be of interest is that this voice appears to be a liminal, person-off-the-street perspective, unfiltered by historical perspective, in limbo between the Hawaiian Nation and the US. This is...

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“Hawaii Red Hunt Aims at destroying ILWU” 1947

November 30, 2012
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For four years, I’ve searched for the reference of King Kamehameha-ites, and I finally found it, tucked in an old draft: From The Dispatcher, Page 8, Dec. 26, 1947 “Hawaii Red Hunt Aims at destroying ILWU” Honolulu T.H—ILWU sugar workers have given their answer to the Territorial Red Bogey in the words: The working...

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A Cautionary Tale: Once upon a TPP in Hawaii (or how the 1% co-opted our Aloha)

July 20, 2012
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Sept. 8, 2012 addendum: the 14th round of TPP negotiations is taking place Sept. 9th in Leesburg, VA. More national organizations are resisting the TPP, sponsoring rallies to get the word out.  The ACLU have a new campaign, as well: The Biggest Threat to Free-Speech and Intellectual Property That You’ve Never Heard Of… and...

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