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HPJ around town January 2013

As President Barack Obama spent his last day, January 5, in Hawaii, representatives from Hawaii Peace and Justice and World Can’t Wait protested his assassin drone program and lack of effort on Palestinian issues in front of his Hawaii vacation home. On January 18, Board member Ikaika Hussey presented the Hawaii Independent’s Ideas Summit 2013. […]

Resistance Against Militarization of the Pacific

These words are excerpted from  Kyle Kajihiro’s talk at Church of the Crossroads on October 5th.   “David Malo, a celebrated Native Hawaiian historian wrote these prophetic words in 1837: ‘If a big wave comes in large fishes will come from the dark ocean which you never saw before, and when they see the small […]

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 […]

DocuJam, film about Jeju Island

Hawai’i Peace and Justice invites you to come see Documentary Film Shorts “Jam Docu Gangjeong” at the Honolulu Friends Meeting, 2426 O’ahu Ave., Honolulu, in a free screening, on Sunday, April 29, from 11:45am-12:45pm. A group of filmmakers created a cluster of shorts that tell the story of the conflict at Gangjeong Village from different […]