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Native Hawaiians must be given the authority to develop OHA lands in Kakaako Makai

By Kamana‘opono M. Crabbe

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Mar 19, 2014

~~<p>The Hawaiian Renaissance of the 1970s marked a turning point in Hawaiian history, when Native Hawaiians began in earnest to revive our culture, reassert our identity and reclaim our rightful status in Hawaii.</p>
<p>It was a reaction to more than 100 years of purported &quot;progress&quot; that had taken place on the backs of the Hawaiian people, who were systematically denied the right to perpetuate our culture, manage our lands and govern our affairs.</p>
~~

The Hawaiian Renaissance of the 1970s marked a turning point in Hawaiian history, when Native Hawaiians began in earnest to revive our culture, reassert our identity and reclaim our rightful status in Hawaii.

It was a reaction to more than 100 years of purported "progress" that had taken place on the backs of the Hawaiian people, who were systematically denied the right to perpetuate our culture, manage our lands and govern our affairs. Login for more...



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