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Mauna Kea Updates

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PAGES YOU SHOULD FOLLOW!

Posted on September 18, 2019 at 11:40 PM Comments comments (0)
For current livestreams of Mauna Kea, follow Pu'uhonua o Pu'uhuluhulu (https://www.facebook.com/puuhuluhulu/) and Kako'o Haleakala (https://www.facebook.com/kakoohaleakala).

Stand with Mauna Kea Protectors at UW

Posted on July 31, 2019 at 1:40 PM Comments comments (1)

Join UW students and members of Seattle hula communities to stand in solidarity with Mauna Kea protectors. In honoring our own local mountain and water sources through chants and hula, we'll call on the UW to critically reevaluate its support for the Thirty-Meter Telescope that is harmful to Kanaka Māoli cultural and environmental resources. Read a letter by UW faculty on the importance of taking action: https://lastrealindians.com/news/2019/7/24/university-of-washington-faculty-call-on-the-school-president-to-address-connections-to-the-construction-of-the-thirty-mile-telescope-on-mauna-kea


When: Thursday, August 1 | 6:00PM - 8:00PM

Where: Drumheller Fountain, Seattle, Washington 98195 (UW Campus)


HOW TO SUPPORT

Posted on July 31, 2019 at 1:35 PM Comments comments (0)


Many people are asking how they can support from afar. You can support are by donating to these kia'i approved organizations.


Hawaiʻi Community Bail Fund:

hawaiicommunitybailfund.org


HULI:

paypal.me/HULINVDA


KAHEA:

kahea.org


Pu'uhonua o Pu'uhuluhulu:

puuhuluhulu.com/donate


Mauna Medics have a Target registry up. Go to target.com and look up under the registries FRIST NAME: Mauna, LAST NAME: Medic.


As for donations to send up the mauna, you may mail items to:

Keaukaha General Store

11 Silva St.

Hilo, HI 96720


All items will be taken from the store to the mauna.


Mahalo for everyone's continuous kāko'o and aloha!

#ProtectMaunaKea - Marysville, WA

Posted on July 31, 2019 at 1:25 PM Comments comments (0)

UPDATE 8/1/19:

*Food, snack and water tent will be set up to the left of the overpass. It’s potluck style. Please consider contributing a snack, food, or water. This way our rally protectors are fed and hydrated during this event*

*The tent will also consists of bins for people to donate gently used clothes that we can ship to our Kanaka on the Mauna*

*Tulalip news will be covering our event with videos and pictures*

*10am protocol will be held in the Haggens parking lot. Tulaip will open with prayer, song and drumming followed by Kau’i with a song, chant, and prayer.*


Aloha my PNW Lāhui (people), we just got word that Tribal Members from Tulalip, Washington will be joining us at morning protocol on Saturday, August 3 and standing with us in solidarity to protect our #SacredLands

Please arrive at 10:00am at the Haggen parking lot (See photo below for more information and look for the crowd with the flags and signs, we can't be missed).

Tulalip will open protocol with drumming and a blessing, followed by a pule (prayer), oli (chant), and mele (song) before we converge together on the overpass. Tulalip TV will be covering our gathering, so if you do NOT want to be on television, please stay clear of the cameras.

Also, a tent will be set up on the rez side of the overpass for food and water, so please consider contributing so everyone has a full 'opu (belly) and remaining hydrated. The weather looks promising thus far with a high 75', but bring your layers and sunscreen just in case.

KING 5 KOMO News KIRO 7 News Q13 FOX The Seattle Times has also been notified of our rally. The more awareness we have on what is happening to our sacred grounds, the more pressure we place on the authorities who can STOP the desecration of our lands.

I Ku Mau Mau (stand together)!!

If you need more information, please reach out to Gerry Ebalaroza or her cousin Absyde-Ann Kaiulani Dacoscos or Kaui Auwae.

Mahalo Piha and we look forward to standing with you on Saturday in support of preserving our Sacred Lands. Kū Kiaʻi Mauna!!! #KapuAloha #AlohaAina #ProtectMaunaKea

UPDATE: We will be collecting the following to send to our Lāhui on the Mauna.

Please donate lightly used (sizes 2x-5x):

Nā lole no Kīʻaʻi ka Mauna

  • Warm gloves & beanies
  • Sweatpants & suits
  • Rain jackets
  • Beanies - Small, Med, Large
  • Gloves - Men’s and Women - Small, Med, Large
  • Thermal Under Wear- Small, Med, Large, XL, XXL, XXXL
  • Scarves - Any size
  • Socks - Wool or thermal
  • Winter Jackets - Men’s and Women’s - L, XL, XXL, XXXL
  • Ear muffs - OS
  • Hand warmers
  • Also rain gear (jacket/pants/ Boots) L, XXL, XXXL

There will be containers at the tent site for your donations. MAHALO!



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