Jonathan K. Osorio

Jonathan K. Osorio is a scholar of 19th century political and social history in Hawaii and wrote a book, "Dismembering Lahui," about the colonization of Hawaii. He is an advocate for Hawaiian self-determination, Hawaiian language immersion schools and protection of the land from military abuse and urbanization. He is a professor at the Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies.
Let’s Re-Commit To Public Education Kanaeokana

Let’s Re-Commit To Public Education

A vision for seeing our public schools as the key to rebuilding Hawaii.

Coercive Nature Of Na’i Aupuni Process Ultimately Dooms It To Failure Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Coercive Nature Of Na’i Aupuni Process Ultimately Dooms It To Failure

Claiming to be able to produce an entity that can speak with one voice for our people is not at all credible.