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Ka Lahui Hawaii Working Group Opposes H.R. 2314 and S. 1011 – Native Hawaiian Government Reorganization Act of 2009 10/12/09

HONOLULU – The Ka Lahui Hawaii Working Group has declared its opposition to H.R. 2314 and S. 1011 – Native Hawaiian Government Reorganization Act of 2009, otherwise known as the Akaka bill.  Since its inception in 1987, Ka Lahui Hawai`i has continuously advocated for federal recognition, however there are serious concerns with the process and current version of this bill. (Read the full text of the initial release of the position statement by clicking on the Position Statements tab.)

Citizens of Ka Lahui Hawaii Organize Working Group 10/3/09

HONOLULU -The Ka Lahui Hawaii Working Group met on October 3, 2009, in Honolulu and declared its mission to 1) reorganize Ka Lahui Hawaii, 2) communicate information, and 3) represent Ka Lahui Hawaii. The next meeting of the KLH Working Group is scheduled for 9 a.m., November 7, 2009, at a location to be announced.

Some members of the Ka Lahui Hawaii Working Group, including all three kiaaina and citizens from Molokai, Hawaii, and several Oahu districts who represent three generations of Hawaiians

Some members of the Ka Lahui Hawaii Working Group, including all three kiaaina and citizens from Molokai, Hawaii, and several Oahu districts who represent three generations of Hawaiians

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  1. Kameaha`aweokaponia on

    Thanks to Na Akua and those who have been interested in issues of Hawaiian Sovereignty over the years. It is so nice to see the “re-activation” of Ka Lahui Hawai`i!!

    Thanks for providing a way for those of us living abroad to keep informed. Ignorance is a blight upon the world’s collective society, causing international and/or intranational relationships to be misunderstood and/or strained.


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