Maunakea Protection Support Events – Active List

Maunakea Protection Support Events – Active List

Aloha ʻĀina are gathering across the honua to support the protection of Maunakea.

Send your event to MaunakeaActions@gmail.com.

Event coordinators ask that everyone remain in KAPU ALOHA.

Learn more about Maunakea at: www.oiwi.tv/maunakea

We add updates to this post as we receive them.

(Post List Last Updated 10/1 7:00 pm HST)

Daily

Maunakea, Hawaiʻi Island – Sunrise, 8am, 12pm and 5:30pm (Protocol)

Mānoa, Oahu – 8am, 12pm and 5:30pm (Daily protocol at UH Mānoa, Bachman Hall on Wise Field.)

Every Sunday

Mānoa, Oahu 4pm (Hula & Oli with Kumu Hula Snowbird Bento at UH Mānoa, Bachman Hall on Wise Field)

Saturday, October 5

Lahaina, Maui 1pm-7pm (Unity March. Start 1pm at Mala. End: 3:30pm at Mokuʻula. Program: 4:30. Protocol: 6:00pm)

Honolulu, Oahu 1pm-7pm (Unity March. Start: 1pm at Ala Moana Park. End: 3:30pm at Kapiolani Park. Program: 4:30. Protocol: 6:00pm)

Molokaʻi (Unity March. Details TBA)

Kauaʻi (Unity March. Details TBA)

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>>>PAST EVENTS <<<

Friday, July 19th

Kahului, Maui 8:30am-Pau (Kahului Airport)

Hawaii Kai, Oahu 10am-Noon (Same Koko Marina location)

Wahiawa, Oahu Noon-3:30pm (Meet outside McDonald’s)

Kona, Moku o Keawe 3-6pm (Above Mormon Church, behind Lowe’s)

Kahaluu, Oahu 4pm (by Hygienic Store)

Ewa Beach, Oahu 4pm-6pm (Front of Zippy’s)

Hauula, Oahu 4:30pm-6pm (Hauula Beach Park)

Kauai 4pm-7pm (Airport entrance)

Mililani, Oahu 4:30pm-7pm (Kamehameha & Meheula)

Kailua, Oahu 4:30pm-7pm (Pohakapu Park across from Castle Hospital)

Hanapepe, Kauai 4:30pm-6:30pm (Fronting Hanapepe Library)

Waihee, Maui 4:30pm (March from Waihee Park to Paukukalo DHHL)

Kaunakakai, Molokai 5pm (Kaunakakai Ball Park)

Nanakuli, Oahu 5pm (Nanakuli Beach Park)

Haleiwa, Oahu 5:30pm-7:30pm (North Shore Market Place)

Lahaina, Maui 5:30pm (Front of Cannery Mall)

Bachman Hall UH, Oahu 6:30pm (Meet at the Ahu)

Seattle, Washington 5pm-8pm (Bobby’s Restaurant)

UC Berkley, California 6pm

Provo, Utah 6pm-8pm (Intersection of University Parkway & State St.)

Union Square, New York City 4pm-7pm

Papeete, Tahiti 7am-9am (Tarahoi)

Saturday, July 20th

Hawaii Kai, Oahu 7:30am-10:30am (Same Koko Marina location)

Waianae, Oahu 3pm (In front of Jamba Juice & Starbucks)

ʻEwa, Oʻahu  8:30-10:30am (Learn Mele, Oli & Pule at Nā Lei O ka ʻIwa Haʻa I Ka Lani Hālau in Honouliuli)
Text (808) 688-4225 or email naleiokaiwa@gmail.com for more information.

Waimanalo, Oahu 9am (Sherwoods)

Kaneʻohe, Oahu 4pm-6pm (Windward City Shopping Center in front of First Hawaiian Bank)

Kaimukī, Oahu 4pm-7pm (Corner of 9th and Waiʻalae)

Lawndale, California 7am (California Hoolaulea)

Tempe, Arizona 8-10:30am (“A” Mountain)

Humbolt Country, California 9am (Samoa Beach)

Beaverton, Oregon 10am-Noon (Hillsdale near Fred Meyer)

Las Vegas, Nevada 9am-11am & 5pm-8pm (The Las Vegas Sign)

Spokane, Washington 10am (In front of the ice skating rink)

Seattle, Washington 10am-1pm (S. 178th St. Overpass)

Seattle, Washington 10am-1pm (178th St. SW Overpass)

Seattle, Washington 10am-1pm (Warren Avenue Bridge)

San Diego, California 11am-Noon (March from Bahia Hotel to Mission Beach)

Boise, Idaho 1pm-2pm (Corner of Broadway & University)

Standford, California 2pm-5pm (White Memorial Plaza, Lausen Mall)

Denver, Colorado 3pm-6pm (Capitol)

Colorado Springs, Colorado 3pm-6pm (Acacia Park)

Dallas, Texas 3pm (Ka Pa Hula O Manulani, at Dana’s Dance Academy in Irving)

Seattle, Washington 4pm (During Pookela Street Band’s performance at Bite of Seattle)

Iosepa Historical Site, Utah 7pm

Sunday, July 21st

Kahului, Maui 9am (Intersection of Haleakala & Hana Hwy, Airport side)

Waikiki, Oahu 9am (AF3IRM Hawaiʻi Yoga Fundraiser for Hawaii Community Bail Fund, Suggested Donation: $20)

Waikiki, Oahu 10am (March from Brothers in Valor Park to Honolulu Zoo)

Kaneʻohe, Oahu 4pm-6pm (Windward City Shopping Center in front of First Hawaiian Bank)

Las Vegas, Nevada 8:30am-11am (Las Vegas Sign)

Las Vegas, Nevada 1:30pm-5:30pm (Las Vegas Sign)

Las Vegas, Nevada 6:00pm-8:00pm (Las Vegas Sign)

Madison, Wisconsin 9am (Wisconsin State Capitol)

Seattle, Washington 10am-6pm (Green Lake, Eastside near swing set)

Lakewood, Washington 10am-2pm (47th Ave SW I-5 Overpass)

Minneapolis, Minnesota 10am-Noon (Cherokee Regional Park)

Union Square, New York City 11am-3pm

El Paso, Texas 11am (Trans mountain lookout overlooking the West side)

Laguna Beach, California 12pm (Main Beach)

Atlanta, Georgia 3pm-5pm (Liberty Park)

Chicago, Illinois 3pm (Pink Line 18th Street L stop)

Standing Rock Indian Reservation, North Dakota 7pm (Cannonball River, under the Standing Rock sign)

Dallas, Texas 5pm (Reunion Tower)

Kansas City, Missouri 6pm-8pm (Penn Valley Skate Park)

Cannonball River, under the Standing Rock sign

Monday, July 22nd

Honolulu, Oahu 7am (Kawaihao Plaza, 567 S King St #200)

Honolulu, Oahu 1pm (Circuit Court of the First Circuit Courtroom 16 / 14th Floor, Kaʻahumanu Hale, 777 Punchboawl Street)

Anahola, Kauai 3:30pm-6:30pm (Infront of Anahola Solar Farm)

Waipā, Kauai 5pm-7pm (Waipā Hale)

Kahului, Maui 4pm-6pm (County Building)

Ka’anapali, Maui 5 pm (Old Maui Grill, formally Paradise Grill)

San Diego, California 6pm-8pm (3211 Gleason Rd., San Diego CA 92109)

Ann Arbor, Michigan 6:30pm-8pm (Gallup Park)

Albuquerque, New Mexico 5pm-7pm

Guam, Micronesia 4:30pm-6:00pm (Litekyan at ITC at the intersection in Tamunig)
Auckland, New Zealand 5pm-7pm  (Aotea Square, along Queen Street)

Tuesday, July 23rd

Hilo, Hawaii 8:30am (TRO Hearing Against TMT – Third Circuit Courtroom 3E | 777 Kilauea Ave)

Kahului, Maui 4pm to 6pm (Ka’ahumanu Avenue in front of Old Kahului Shopping Center across Hoaloha Park)

Corvallis, Oregon 3pm-7pm (Near 4th and Van Buren)
(**Street & Meter parking on 3rd and 4th st., free after 5pm)

Yamanashi, Japan 10am – 2pm  (JST / UTC+9)
Long Beach, California 12pm-2pm (Bixby Park facing Rite Aid, 130 Cherry Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802)

Wednesday, July 24th

Honolulu, Oahu 10am-1230pm (Maunalua Bay Canoe Hale)

Honolulu, Oahu 4pm-6pm (Hawaiʻi State Capitol, ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi Event)

Kahului, Maui 4pm to 6pm (Ka’ahumanu Avenue in front of Old Kahului Shopping Center across Hoaloha Park)

San Francisco, California 10am-2pm (1661 Page Mill Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94304)

Bend, Oregon 5:00pm-6:30pm (Drake Park)

Vancouver, Washington 5:00pm (Esther Short Park, Hula workshop with Kumu Hula Victoria Holt)

Asbury Park, New Jersey 4pm (Asbury Park Boardwalk, near old carousel)

Thursday, July 25th

Honolulu, Oahu 10am-1230pm (Maunalua Bay Canoe Hale)

Honolulu, Oahu 4:30pm-6:30pm (Hawaii State Capitol)

Mānoa, Oahu 6:15 (Pule Mauna, Prayer at UH Mānoa Bachman Lawn on University Ave + Dole St.)

Aiea, Oahu 4:30pm (Alvah Scott Elementary School)

San Francisco, California 5pm-8pm (1101 Fairfax Ave.)
(**Call/Text Lee 808-738-6071 OR Lasi 415-902-7341**)

Friday, July 26th

Honolulu, Oahu 3:30pm-6:30pm (Maunalua Bay Canoe Hale)

Laie, Oahu 5-6pm (Between the Marriott and McDonalds)

Mānoa, Oahu 6:15 (Pule Mauna, Prayer at UH Mānoa Bachman Lawn on University Ave + Dole St.)

Kahului, Maui 4pm to 6pm (Ka’ahumanu Avenue in front of Old Kahului Shopping Center across Hoaloha Park)

Kakaako, Oahu 6:30 – 9pm (Location: SALT Kakaako, Activity: Hae Hawaii T-shirt Printing)

Huntington Beach, California 12pm (Meet at the entrance of the pier)

Union Square, New York 4pm-7pm

Saturday, July 27th

Kailua, Oahu 5:30-8pm (Fundraiser: Barbers Cut & Wash blowout, Location: Black Cat Salon, Donation: $20)

Kaimuki, Oahu 5:30-8pm (Fundraiser: Barbers Cut & Wash blowout, Location: Black Cat Salon, Donation: $20 – 100%)

Washington DC, Maryland 6am-9am (NW quadrant of the Washington Monument grounds -corner of 17th Street and Constitution Ave NW)

Phoenix, Arizonia 7am-11am (March – Meet: Carnegie Library Park. End: State Capitol)

Portland, Oregon 5pm (Moda Center – sidewalk/grassy area facing the Rose Quarter MAX station))

Missoula, Montana 10am-12pm (Higgins Bridge)

San Diego, California 11:30am-1:30pm (3211 Gleason Rd. San Diego, CA 92109)

Sacramento, California 1pm (State Capitol)

Boise, Idaho 1pm-2pm (Corner of Broadway & University followed by potluck/kanikapila in the park)

Sunday, July 28th

Līhuʻe, Kauaʻi  11am (Vidinha Stadium, Meet: 11am 11:30am. March: 2:30pm)

Los Angeles, California 10am-1pm (**Location Change** Tongva Park – Santa Monican, Across of Santa Monica Pier)

San Antonio, Texas 10am (Meet at Big Aloha parking lot)

Atlanta, Georgia 3-5pm (**Location Change** Peace Monument at Piedmont Park)

Louisville, Kentucky 6pm-9pm (1044 Alta Vista Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40207)

Yamanashi, Japan 10am – 2pm  JST / UTC+9 (Location TBA)

Monday, July 29

Kahului, Maui 4:30pm-6:30pm (Haleakala Hwy. & Hāna Hwy.)

Kahului, Maui 4pm-6pm  (Hoaaloha Park & Kahului Shopping Center)

Tuesday, July 30

Kahului, Maui 4:30pm-6:30pm (Haleakala Hwy. & Hāna Hwy.)

Kahului, Maui 4pm-6pm  (Hoaaloha Park & Kahului Shopping Center)

Riverton, Wyoming 12pm

Wednesday, July 31

Kahului, Maui 4pm-6pm  (Hoaaloha Park & Kahului Shopping Center)

Santa Rosa, California 5:30pm-7pm (Analy Lawn at Santa Rosa Junior College. 1501 Mendocino Avenue Santa Rosa, CA)

Lahaina, Maui 6pm-7:30pm (5:45p meet by Campbell Park between Wharf & Baldwin House)

Thursday, August 1st

Mililani, Oahu 4:30pm-7pm (**Location Change** Meheula and Kuahelani Avenue)

Kahului, Maui 4pm-6pm  (Hoaaloha Park & Kahului Shopping Center)

Kula, Maui 4:30pm-6:30pm (Haleakala Hwy.)

Friday, August 2nd

Ewa Beach, Oahu 3:30pm-4:30pm (Intersection of Kualakaʻi Prkwy. and Farrington Hwy. Wear red or black.)

Kahului, Maui 4pm-6pm  (Hoaaloha Park & Kahului Shopping Center)

Melbourne, Australia – 5-7pm (Federation Square, Melbourne CBD)

Haleiwa, Oʻahu – 5pm-7pm (Haleiwa town next to the stop light wear red and black and bring your aloha signs, flags, and voices)

Makawao, Maui – 9:30 pm (Casanova 1188 Makawao Ave. A benefit for Mauna Kea)

Saturday, August 3rd

Waipio, Oahu 2pm-4pm (Ka Uka Blvd + Kamehameha Hwy. Entrance of Central Oahu Regional Park.)

Jacksonville, Florida 8am-11am (Corner of Wells Rd. and Blanding Blvd.)

Huntington Beach, California Noon (US Open of Surf. Wear red and meet at the entrance of the pier)

Marrysville, Washington 10:00am – 3:00pm  (#200 Exit overpass (88th St NE) Marysville, WA. Meet at Haggen’s Parking Lot at 3711 88th St. NE Marysville, WA  and we will walk together to the overpass)

Berkeley, California 6pm-8pm (1900 4th Street Berkeley CA)

Honolulu, Oʻahu 8pm ( Hawaiian Brians 1680 Kapiolani Blvd – Hip Hop For Mauna Kea proceeds will be donated to the protectors of Mauna Kea)

Washington DC Starting at 6:30 AM (17th St NW & Constitution Ave (near Washington Monument). More info at https://www.facebook.com/386786281975761/posts/389787951675594/ )

Sunday, August 4th

Chicago, Illinois 7:00-8:30am Foster Beach @ Lake Shore Drive (Outdoor Class. Learn Mele & Ea. Bring `Ipu heke, `ukulele, leo)

Kapaʻa, Kauaʻi 6pm-12am (Tree Lounges Kapaʻa – Rap Down Babylon. Benefit concert to raise funds and awareness for Mauankea)

Wednesday, August 7

**ALL HAWAIʻI SCHOOLS** (K-12. Wear red, yellow, black or Maunakea wear. Take a group photo and #Students4Maunakea)

Thursday, August 8

**ALL HAWAIʻI SCHOOLS** (K-12. Wear red, yellow, black or Maunakea wear. Take a group photo and #Students4Maunakea)

Friday, August 9th

Hawaii State Capitol, Oahu 4pm-6pm (1600 of no construction on the Mauna. See flyer.)

Hawaii Kai, Oahu 4pm-6:30pm (Maunalua Bay Canoe Hale)

Waipahu, Oahu 5pm (Patsy T. Mink Central Oʻahu by the Okinawa Center)

San Francisco 12pm-2pm (Union Square)

Saturday, August 10th

**ALL SURFERS & OCEAN LOVERS** (Snap a photo where you enjoy the ocean, post and #SurfersForMaunakea & #MaukaToMakai)

Kahului, Maui 8:30am (Kapu Aloha Unity March. Meet/Start: Memorial Stadium. March to UHMC. Shuttle service from UHMC to Stadium, 7am-8:15am)

Nanakuli, Oahu 9:30am-4pm (Workshop at the Nanakuli Public Library. Donate to puuhuluhulu.com/donate then Register here)

Lihue, Kauai 4:30pm (Lihue Airport Intersection. See flyer.)

Eleele, Kauai 10am (Salt Pond Park

San Diego, California 9am (Jam4Maunakea @ 2000 Mullinex Dr., Coronado, CA 92118. Pre-Recorded Video. See more.)

Riverside, California 9am (March & Sign waving. Meet in front of Riverside City Hall. March to Ryan White Park. See flyer.)

Salem, Oregon 3pm (Oregon State Capitol – 900 Court St. NE, Salem, Oregon 97301.)

Portland, Oregon 12pm-2pm (Pioneer Square. See more.)

Seattle, Washington 10:00am-12:30pm (Jam4Maunakea @ Gas Works Park. Pre-Recorded Video. See more.)

Boise, Idaho 11am (Jam4Maunakea @ Boise State University. Pre-Recorded Video)

Sunday, August 11th

North Kohala, Big Island (Jam4Maunakea @ the Kamehameha Statue. Live video.)

Kahului, Keanae, Hana & Keokea, Maui 7:30 am-6pm  (Maui Vehicle Rally, Sign Waving, Protocol. Meet at Maui Market Place. See flyer.)

Honolulu, Oahu 10am (Jam4Maunakea @ ʻIolani Palace)

Ewa Beach, Oahu 10am-11:30am (Jam4Maunakea @ Oneula Beach Park. Papipi Rd, Ewa Beach, Hawaii 96706)

Waianae, Oahu 10am (Jam4Mauankea @ Pokai Bay)

Santa Monica, California 1pm-6pm (JAM4MAUNAKEA @ Tongva Park. Attire: Red top or red kihei. Potluck to follow 5pm-6pm)

Los Angeles, California 2:00p – 6:00p (Jam4Maunakea @ Tongva Park – 1615 ocean ave., Santa Monica, California 90401. Please wear red top or red kihei. Bring signs, flags, anything to help show support for those on the mauna.)

San Francisco, California 2pm (Jam4Maunakea @ Aloha Festival. Bay Area 24th Annual Aloha Festival in San Mateo, California.)

Torrance, California 1pm (Jam4Maunakea @ Kaulana Hula Studio. 3582 Redondo Beach Blvd, Torrance, CA. See more.)

Vancouver, Washington 2pm (Jam4Maunakea @ Kaleinani O Ke Kukui. Pre-recorded.)

Vancouver, Washington 4pm (Jam4Maunakea @ Vancouver Lake Regional Park. Pre-Recorded)

Las Vegas, Nevada 1pm-3pm (Jam4Maunakea @ California Hotel & Casino ʻOhana Room, 2nd Floor)

Orem, Utah 2pm-5pm (Jam4Maunakea @ Utah Valley University Plaza. See Flyer.)

Chicago, Illinois 7:00-8:00am (Foster Beach @ Lake Shore Drive, Protest)

Chicago, Illinois 11:00am (JAM4MAUNAKEA Challenge @ the Aloha Center Chicago, 4014 W Parker Street-60639)

Fort Lauderdale, Florida 8am-12pm (1100 S. Seabreeze Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316. Protocol & discussion. Potluck style lunch to follow. Please bring a dish.)

New York City, New York 4pm (Jam4Maunakea @ Times Square. Meet at 4pm, live at 5pm)

Tokyo, Japan 4pm (Kilohana Studio.)

Saturday, August 17th

Aiea, Kakaako, Sandys, Oahu 7am-12pm (Moped Cruise. Start: Neil Blaisdell Park Aiea. End:  Kualoa Ranch. See Flyer.)

Friday, August 16th

Waipio, Oahu 5pm-7pm (Sign waiving at the entrance of Central Oahu Regional Park. See Flyer.)

Wednesday, August 21st

Nanakuli, Oahu 9:30am-4pm (Workshop at the Nanakuli Public Library. Donate to puuhuluhulu.com/donate then Register here)

Maunalua, Oahu 4pm-6pm (Sign waving at Maunalua Bay)

Sunday, August 25

Puhi Bay, Hawaii Island 9am-3pm (Heʻenalu no ka Mauna. Classes & Paddle outs. See Flyer.)

Launiupoko, Maui 9am-3pm (Heʻenalu no ka Mauna. Classes & Paddle outs. See Flyer.)

Makaha, Oahu (Heʻenalu no ka Mauna. Classes & Paddle outs. See Flyer.)

Hanalei, Kauaʻi (Heʻenalu no ka Mauna. Classes & Paddle outs. See Flyer.)

Monday, August 26

Mānoa, Oahu 8am (Sign waving & Ceremony at UH Mānoa on Bachman Lawn. See Flyer.)

Hilo, Hawaii Island 10am-2pm (EADucation at the Library Lānai in UH Hilo. See Flyer.)

Tuesday, August 27th

Hilo, Hawaii Island 10am-2pm (EADucation at the Library Lānai in UH Hilo. See Flyer.)

Wednesday, August 28th

Maunalua, Oahu 4pm-6pm (Sign waving at Maunalua Bay)

Hilo, Hawaii Island 10am-2pm (EADucation at the Library Lānai in UH Hilo. See Flyer.)

Thursday, August 29

Kahului, Maui 4pm (Hoaloha Park. 4pm Sign waiving, 6pm protocol)

Manoa, Oahu 3pm-4:30pm (Panel discussion. UH Mānoa, Department of English, KUY 410. See flyer.)

Friday, August 30

Kapolei, Oahu 6pm-8pm (Workshops with Kumu Hina & Lanakila Mangauil. Kapolei Middle Cafeteria. See flyer.)

Saturday, August 31

Ihumātao, New Zealand 6pm (Discussion. Connections between land rights in Aotearoa, Hawaiʻi & the Doctrine of Discovery)

Sunday, September 1

Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Island 10:30am (March. Attire: Red & Yellow. Meet: Grassy area fronting Huggo’s off of Aliʻi Drive. 12pm: Huliheʻe Palace. End: Old Airport Gym.)

Monday, September 2

Maunakea, Hawaii Island (Queen Liliʻuokalani Birthday Celebration. See flyer.)

San Diego, California (Workshops & Discussion. See flyer. See Agenda.)

Friday, September 6

Oakland, California 10pm-2am (Event & Online Fundraiser. See Flyer. Donate.)

Saturday, September 7

Yukon, Oklahoma 11am (Lake Overholser near soccer fields. Sign waving & potluck. See group page.)

Sunday, September 8

Maunakea, Hawaii 12pm (Meet the Kiʻi carved by Hui Kālai Kiʻi a Kūpaʻakeʻe. See flyer here.)

Maunalua Bay to Maili Beach Park, Oahu 9am (Mauna Convoy. Start: 9am. Rally at Maili Beach Park at Noon)

Honokaa, Hawaii 4pm (Honokaʻa People’s Theatre. Benefit Concert with Makana Live and Kaumakaiwa Kanakaʻole. Buy tickets here)

Tuesday, September 10

Lihue, Kauai 6pm-8pm (Mana Maunakea Workshop at the Kukui Grove Center with Kumu Hina Wong-Kalu and Lanakila Mangauil. See Flyer.)

San Diego, California 9am-10am (Prayer for the Mauna at 7001 Murray Park Dr., San Diego, California 92119. See Flyer.)

Wednesday, September 11

San Diego, California 6:30pm-7pm (Prayer for the Mauna at South Mission Beach. See Flyer.)

Thursday, September 12

San Diego, California 9am-10am (Prayer for the Mauna at 11278 Westview Pakwy., San Diego, CA 92126. See Flyer.)

Friday, September 13

San Diego, California 5pm-7pm (Gater, Pule, Sign Waving & More at Gleason Rd., San Diego, CA 92109. See Flyer.)

Saturday, September 14

Hillsboro, Oregon (Benefit Event at 808 Grinds Hillsboro. 1035 NE 25th Ave, Hillsboro, OR 97124. See Flyer.)

 

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36 Comments

  1. Makamae 3 months ago

    Anything in Kapolei today or over the weekend?

  2. Chelsea pagador 3 months ago

    July 24 Bend,OR
    Meet at Drake park at 5:00-6:30PM please add to the list

  3. maile bartholomew 3 months ago

    July 21 2019 Laguna Beach California (main beach) 12 noon

    • Leah 3 months ago

      Can we make another one for OC?

      • Desihre 3 months ago

        There’s one this Friday the 26th at Huntington Beach Pier 12pm!

        • Leah 3 months ago

          Mahalos! See you there!!

  4. Pakele 3 months ago

    Wow, what an impact the protest has had with the people on the mainland. There’s protests all over the continental US. TMT what does that tell you?

  5. LittleChief 3 months ago

    Any support groups or sign waving happening on OAHU Saturday July 20th?

  6. Estin kiger 3 months ago

    Any thing happening in Portland Oregon ?

    • Alison 3 months ago

      Yes on July 27

    • Cyanna 3 months ago

      . Kumu Vicky Holt Takamine will be teaching oli to us Wednesday 7/24 at 5pm at Esther Short park in Vancouver WA. All are welcome!

      Wednesday, July 24 at 5 PM Kū Kia‘i Mauna at Esther Short Park! Kumu Hula Victoria Holt Takamine will be sharing oli and mele that she has taught to our people on Mauna Kea. Oli and mele will be recited in unison with kanaka on the Mauna on Saturday, July 27 at 9 AM to open our 4 Days of Aloha Hō’ike and Hawaiian Festival, and again at 3 PM. Mauna Kea and our lāhui need our leo and hula! Open to all – no experience needed to make a stand and let our voices be heard!

  7. Donna Sterling 3 months ago

    Any San Diego events this week?

  8. Juliana Tennberg 3 months ago

    Any gatherings on the North Shore of O’ahu coming up?

    • Rosemarie Subiono 3 months ago

      Are there any events in Texas?

  9. Tasha 3 months ago

    Any in northern Idaho?

  10. Olivia Gomez 3 months ago

    Anyone know how long the event in Portland OR will go until? I really want to attend.

  11. Pele Mase 3 months ago

    Anything in Tulsa, Oklahoma or Oklahoma period?

  12. Kuuleialoha Llanos 3 months ago

    7/22/19
    4:30pm-6:30pm

    Kapu Aloha

    Ka Makana Ali`i
    Stoplight near Wendy’s and Macys

  13. Maui 3 months ago

    I overheard yesterday, 4-6p in front of Maui County building today. Haven’t seen it posted yet though. Any info?

  14. Kimberly Sales 3 months ago

    Anything on O’ahu on July 27th, July 28th, August 1st, August 3rd, or August 4th?

  15. Kaleialoha K Puahi 3 months ago

    We should have a big gathering that is fully posted and advertised island wide at the state Capitol. From Makaha to Kahuku invite the whole island and just overwhelm the Capitol. Do this with KAPU ALOHA. Just an opinion.

    • Kimberly Sales 3 months ago

      That would be awesome!

  16. Teri 3 months ago

    We want to have another one in Mililani. Who do we contact to get the word out?

  17. Cristi 3 months ago

    I’m in Portland, Oregon which meet up is correct or is it at both places different areas? another site says july 27th @ 5pm waterfront and your site says moda center. Could you let me know which one is correct I’ve had my a neighbor tell me waterfront and I’ve told a few hawaii supporters to meet there.

  18. Jenna Puanani 3 months ago

    Phoenix, AZ
    March from Carnegie Library Park to the State Capitol

    Saturday, July 27th
    7am – 11am

  19. Keahi Kealalio 3 months ago

    Can someone share information on the organizing group for the Sunday, July 28 action for Los Angeles area kia`i? Location has flip flopped a couple times, so hoping to find a direct link to organizers to stay on top of the latest info. Mahalo piha!

  20. Julie Greenberg 3 months ago

    Any repeat events/rallies planned in the San Francisco Bay Area as of July 27? Is this the best place to find out about events/rallies? I seem to keep learning about events posted on FB only after the fact.

  21. Peleke Flores 2 months ago

    Jam 4 Mauna Kea
    Hanapepe, Kaua’i
    Lo’i Pa’akai parking lot
    9am-12pm

  22. SUSAN FARLAND-PATTERSON 2 months ago

    Is there a web site or page that folks on the mainland can go to find out about TMT protests? Specifically looking for west cost. Mahalo, Susan

  23. Mapuana Mansfied 3 weeks ago

    Oct 5th march, where in Ala Moana park is everyone meeting?

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  1. […] action against the TMT has taken off throughout Hawai`i over the last few weeks, and has started spreading to the continental U.S. Like the fight over the U.S. Navy’s use of the island of Kaho`olawe as a bombing range […]

  2. […] Join an event in your community to show your steadfast support or email maunakeaactions@gmail.com to start your own. If you are a student, alumni, or affiliated with one of the schools made up of the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA), you can sign this petition facilitated by Stanford Hui O Nā Moku to “meaningfully object to AURA’s support of the desecration of indigenous sacred land masquerading as a pure, innocent form of science.” You can also join the more than 200,000 Mauna Kea supporters opposing “any construction made on sacred land without the free, prior and informed consent of Kānaka Maoli,” and calling for the permanent halt of construction by the TMT. […]

  3. […] Join an event in your community to show your steadfast support or email maunakeaactions@gmail.com to start your own. If you are a student, alumni, or affiliated with one of the schools made up of the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA), you can sign this petition facilitated by Stanford Hui O Nā Moku to “meaningfully object to AURA’s support of the desecration of indigenous sacred land masquerading as a pure, innocent form of science.” You can also join the more than 200,000 Mauna Kea supporters opposing “any construction made on sacred land without the free, prior and informed consent of Kānaka Maoli,” and calling for the permanent halt of construction by the TMT. […]

  4. […] Join an event in your community to show your steadfast support or email maunakeaactions@gmail.com to start your own. If you are a student, alumni, or affiliated with one of the schools made up of the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA), you can sign this petition facilitated by Stanford Hui O Nā Moku to “meaningfully object to AURA’s support of the desecration of indigenous sacred land masquerading as a pure, innocent form of science.” You can also join the more than 200,000 Mauna Kea supporters opposing “any construction made on sacred land without the free, prior and informed consent of Kānaka Maoli,” and calling for the permanent halt of construction by the TMT. […]

  5. […] Join an event in your community to show your steadfast support or email maunakeaactions@gmail.com to start your own. If you are a student, alumni, or affiliated with one of the schools made up of the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA), you can sign this petition facilitated by Stanford Hui O Nā Moku to “meaningfully object to AURA’s support of the desecration of indigenous sacred land masquerading as a pure, innocent form of science.” You can also join the more than 200,000 Mauna Kea supporters opposing “any construction made on sacred land without the free, prior and informed consent of Kānaka Maoli,” and calling for the permanent halt of construction by the TMT. […]

  6. […] Join an event in your community to show your steadfast support or email maunakeaactions@gmail.com to start your own. If you are a student, alumni, or affiliated with one of the schools made up of the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA), you can sign this petition facilitated by Stanford Hui O Nā Moku to “meaningfully object to AURA’s support of the desecration of indigenous sacred land masquerading as a pure, innocent form of science.” You can also join the more than 200,000 Mauna Kea supporters opposing “any construction made on sacred land without the free, prior and informed consent of Kānaka Maoli,” and calling for the permanent halt of construction by the TMT. […]

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