Civil disobedience and arrests have been a key part of Native Hawaiian activism since the 1970s.
They all felt stirrings of Hawaiian identity as youngsters, but these three protesters were shaped by pivotal experiences as young adults.
Several Hawaiian immersion schools are seeing a spike in interest this year from parents energized by opposition to construction of a telescope on Mauna Kea.
The TMT protests are not about science or a telescope. It’s about the needs of Native Hawaiians being disregarded for 125 years.
The administrative rules would govern activities on Mauna Kea.
The county released new figures on Tuesday detailing the cost of policing the protestors.
Scientists are already jockeying for time slots for ambitious research projects on the proposed Thirty Meter Telescope and another giant telescope being constructed in Chile.
His handling of the TMT standoff exhibits paralysis and policy schizophrenia. Instead of confidence, we see chaos.