Lilikalā Kame‘eleihiwa

Lilikalā K. Kame'eleihiwa is a senior professor at the Kamakakuokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and currently its director. Trained as a historian, and fluent in the Hawaiian language, she is an expert in Hawaiian ancestral knowledge, history, cultural traditions, and on the Hawaiian sovereignty movement.
Hillary Will Fight For Native Hawaiians’ Hopes, Dreams

Hillary Will Fight For Native Hawaiians’ Hopes, Dreams

Whether supporting World Heritage site designation of the Papahānaumokuākea marine monument or a U.N. declaration on indigenous peoples' rights, Clinton has been there for Hawaii.
Native Hawaiian Citizens In A Native Hawaiian Government Louis Choris via Wikimedia Commons

Native Hawaiian Citizens In A Native Hawaiian Government

As the Naʻi Aupuni ʻAha continues, the question arises: Who should be defined as a citizen of a new Hawaiian government?
For Native Hawaiians, Land Is The Biggest Issue Cory Lum/Civil Beat

For Native Hawaiians, Land Is The Biggest Issue

Taking advantage of the current opportunity for a federally recognized Native Hawaiian government does not hinder or preclude the push for full independence.