Monthly Archives: September 2012

Kyle Kajihiro, “Overview of Militarization in the Pacific: Militarization 101”

October 5, 2012, Friday, 6:00-8:00 pm at Church of the Crossroads, 1212 University Ave.  A Watada Lecture Pre-Event.  This presentation lays an important foundation for engaging with the Watada Lecture keynote speaker, Dr. Teresia Teaiwa who is coming November 8-11.  The entire Pacific region is seeing increased militarization.  Come to hear from one of the […]

HPJ Peace Activist Reports on Experience in Jeju

You’re invited to attend a report-back on Sunday, September 30 from 11:45am-12:45pm at the Honolulu Friends Meetinghouse, 2426 O’ahu Avenue, Manoa. An HPJ volunteer lived for three months as an international witness and peaceful protester in Gangjeong Village on Jeju Island. She will share her personal experiences living in the village and joining in the […]

Lessons from the past to Teach the Present — Movement Memories

Join us for events with Claude Marks and Diana Block, activists, archivist and herstorian from the SF Bay Area. They will share information on their life experiences within revolutionary movements. In June 1985, Diana and Claude, their two‐week old son and five companions—all of them active in the struggle for Puerto Rican independence—fled L.A. after […]

Militarized Hawaii, Militarized world

Environmental and Economic Impacts of Militarization in Hawaii, a Panel Discussion (pre-event for the Watada Lecture Series) was held September 7, 2012 at the Church of the Crossroads, with Jim Albertini of Malu Aina, Sparky Rodrigues of Malama Makua and Olelo, Steve Dinion of Pride At Work and Hawaii Labor for Peace, and Henry Curtis […]