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JANUARY 15

GENERAL INFO

JANUARY 15

GENERAL INFO

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Marches, rallies, and convoys are exciting and important, but what’s the point if our decision-makers ignore us? It's time to build real, longterm power on the streets, in our communities, and at the polls. 

ON JANUARY 15, WE ARE TAKING OUR MOVEMENT TO THE CAPITOL.

LET‘S SHIFT THE POLITICAL LANDSCAPE
AND SHAPE A NEW FUTURE ROOTED IN ALOHA ‘ĀINA.

Organized in collaboration with: ‘Aha Kāne • ‘Aha Māhū • ‘Aha ‘Ohana • ‘Aha ‘Ōpio • ‘Aha Wahine • ʻĀina Momona • Climate Strike Hawai‘i • Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement • Da Hui • HAPA - Hawai‘i Alliance for Progressive Action • Hawai‘i Community Bail Fund • Hawai‘i's Finest • Hui Aloha ‘Āina Momona • Hui o He‘e Nalu • HULI - Hawai‘i Unity and Liberation Institute • ʻĪlioʻulaokalani Coalition • KAHEA - The Hawaiian-Environmental Alliance • Kāhuli Leo Le‘a • Ka Lāhui Hawai‘i • Kāko‘o Haleakalā • Kanaeokana • KANU Hawai‘i • Lāhui Foundation • Lālākea Foundation • Mā‘ilikūkahi ‘Āina Momona Academy • Mauna Kea Anaina Hou • MKEA - Mauna Kea Education and Awareness • Nā ’Aikāne o Maui Inc • Office of Hawaiian Affairs • Paepae o He‘eia •  Puʻuhonua o Puʻhuluhulu University • Sierra Club •  And more…

Kumu Hula participating in the ‘aha and throughout the day: Shelsea Apana and Olana Ai • Kimo Alama • Maile Beamer Loo • Snowbird Bento • Maelia Carter • Pua Case • Robert Uluwehi Cazimero • Sonny Ching • Keola Dalire • Tatiana Fox • Tehani Gonzado • Kapiʻolani Haʻo • Niui‘i Heine • Pua Kanakaʻole-Kanahele • Keano Kaupu • Nalani Keale • Mary Kupau • Chinky Mahoe • Hokulani Holt-Padilla • Lono Padilla • Kealiʻi Reichel • Kaleo Trinidad • Hiwa Vaughn • And more…

Featured Speakers: Pua Case • Kahoʻokahi Kanuha • Lanakila Manguail • Kealoha Pisciotta • Kaleikoa Kā‘eo • Noenoe Wong-Wilson • Andre Perez • Walter Ritte • Mililani Trask • Alika Desha • Nawahine Naho‘opi‘i • Ke‘eaumoku Kapu • Kū‘ike Ohelo • Nakia Nae‘ole • Kananiloaanuenue Panciano • And more...

Pu‘uhuluhulu Classes, Theories of Change in Action: Organizing to Build People Power, Aikea • Youth in Action: Hawai‘i Youth Climate Strike, Kristin Brown • Creating Action for Movement Building, Kaniela Ing • Non-violent Direct Action, HULI, Andre Perez • Action Media and the Battle of the Story, Nā Leo Kāko‘o • Food Sovereignty: Herbicide-Free Campus, Makenzie Fledman; Uprooted & Rising, Puanani Apoliona-Brown • Decarcerate Hawai‘i: Pu‘uhonua Not Prisons, ACLU, Shayna Lonoaea-Alexander • Hawai‘i Politics and Power Building, Kaniela Ing

Pu‘uhuluhulu Classes, ‘Ike Aloha ‘Āina: Kū Ali‘i: Patterns of Hawaiian Leadership, Kēhaunani Abad • Counterinsurgency Tactics and Maunakea, Ken Lawsen, Juergen Canda

Pu‘uhuluhulu Classes, Kia‘i ‘Āina: (Stop) War-making in Hawai‘i, Kyle Kajihiro • Protecting Salt Ponds on Kaua‘i, Malia Nobrega & Ku‘ulei Santos • Climate Change & Environmental Justice, Kū Kia‘i Kahuku, Jesica dos Santos, Christian Palmer

Pu‘uhuluhulu Classes, Legislative Watch: Climate and Economic Justice in Hawai‘i 2020, Sierra Club & Hawai‘i Appleseed • Mauka to Makai: Protecting Wai and Natural Resources in Hawai‘i, Maheesh Cleveland, Earth Justice

THINGS TO BRING: Wear your favorite mauna wear or something red • Reusable water bottle/water • Mess kits/snacks • A mat/foldable chairs for the lawn (no mats or foldable chairs in the rotunda please, sunscreen)

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