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MA'O Organic Farms

#16October #FoodSovereigntyNow Also, do not miss the chapter that Iridiani Seibert, of Via Campesina co-authored where they argue that Feminism in food crisis struggles finds its best representation in the agroecology and food sovereignty paradigm: righttofoodandnutrition.org/without-femini…
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Kakaako Farmers' Market at Ward Village received three awards from the national organization American Farmland Trust in its 2019 Farmers Market Celebration People's Choice Awards last week. bizjournals.com/pacific/news/2…
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"Most striking, perhaps, is a moment in which Ellen’s outstretched arms sync up with an image projected behind her of an Abu Ghraib detainee being tortured. It’s a postmodern masterpiece that seems destined to follow DeGeneres for years to come." fastcompany.com/90415876/this-…
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"Since our international institutions have failed to punish, or even censure him, surely the only moral response from civil society should be to shun him." @onesarahjones writes on George W. Bush nym.ag/2M0URXP
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Agreed bro. it’s good for everyone/everything twitter.com/kamanabeamer/s…
Yes (but we have not read the bill yet). Needs manaʻo of HI food systems ʻohana @hookuaaina @KakooOiwi @Hawaiinuiakea @HawaiiSeed and plenty others twitter.com/gwfoodhub/stat…
It really is astonishing how Americans are so adept at reducing literal war criminals/Nazis/whatever to people you simply 'disagree with'. The problem then becomes that we're unreasonable and intolerant of that person, not the whitewashing and normalization of their behavior. twitter.com/TheEllenShow/s…
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When we talk about the housing crisis, we immediately jump to building more "affordable" units. Build, build, build is the only option ever seriously considered. When will we start talking about rent control, tenants' rights, collective ownership models, demilitarization, etc.? twitter.com/CivilBeat/stat…
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“I think that it’s not a problem of who’s in the spotlight,” Tokata Iron Eyes told Gizmodo. “I think it’s a problem of the U.S. media, especially, wanting to only cover a white... earther.gizmodo.com/greta-thunberg…
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All Hawai'i Stands Together across the Islands in aloha 'āina
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You may have missed this in the news cycle, but @AOC unveiled a bold vision for fighting poverty last week. Check out my latest for @Essence essence.com/news/politics/…
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Today, we’re announcing our spend down strategies to address some of the biggest issues facing the Bay Area and Hawaiʻi so everyone can benefit from the wealth of opportunities in the places we call home. #StupskiCantWait bit.ly/2n6NbJp
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TMT could walk away; management could shift to Kanaka; justice could flow to other land/water issues = resolution twitter.com/ihikapalaumaew…
RT @cadwego: “Detroit Food Commons complex will include a café, community meeting space, incubator kitchen, offices for @DetroitBlckCFSN, and Black-owned cooperative grocery store Detroit People’s Food Co-op.” Work of brother Malik Yakini and his community modeldmedia.com/features/north…
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Honored to have joined @maoorganicfarms for Paʻaina o Lualualei, a full-moon celebration of the food of the land at Puhawai farm. Mahalo to the organization for growing organic food and young leaders for a sustainable Hawaii.
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University of Hawai'i - West O'ahu Sustainable Community Food Systems Pr... youtu.be/EUXwhkYjEe8 @UHWestOahu
Come see and meet the ki'i that were carved for this movement by the students of Hui Kālai Ki'i o Kūpā'aike'e at a very special noon 'aha tomorrow. This is part of the re-birth and growth of our lāhui as we've come together to Kū Kia'i Mauna. #seeyouonthemauna
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Fantastic article, stoked/relieved at amazing group of kanaka pushing scholarship at UH (@NoeGK @ihikapalaumaewa @kamanabeamer etc etc etc) - needs to be the standard. If UH does not FULLY accept REAL indigenization it will become irrelevant in future Hawai`i nei twitter.com/NoeGK/status/1…
Farm Fact Friday: ‘Ulu is one of the world’s few staple crops that grows on perennial trees, so it doesn’t need to be replanted every year. In fact, a single ‘ulu tree can live for 50 to 100 years or more and produce hundreds, even over a thousand, pounds of fruit annually!
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The term ‘tree-hugger’ comes from women villagers in Gopeshwar, India who resorted to tree-hugging, or Chipko, as non-violent protest against deforestation. The women guarded their forest in a 4-day standoff against commercial loggers & won. #LandAndWomen
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"We are crafting alternatives to the death-dealing of corporate development linked to global capital and settler colonialism. The current defense at the base of Mauna a Wākea is building the lāhui Hawai‘i."-@uahikea on #TMT & #AoleTMT in The @abusablepast radicalhistoryreview.org/abusablepast/?…
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"The Thirty Meter Telescope epitomizes the failure of settler colonialism, which has the intellectual capacity to peer into the universe, but lacks any wisdom to protect life on this planet." [email protected] in a series on #MaunaKea & #TMT @abusablepast radicalhistoryreview.org/abusablepast/?…
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can't wait for this to get to Hawai`i. 'French Letter' was a geopolitical awakening for this kiwi kid ("let me be more specific, get out of the Pacific"). so impt today #wearemaunakea Mahalo nunui Herbs, out here in Wai`anae we'll be skanking to your tunes this week and forever. twitter.com/NZFilmCommissh…
Today we gathered at I’olani Palace, the same place Hawai’i’s last reining Queen died of a broken heart after being illegally overthrown by hostile, self-serving white males from America Today we stand as united Hawaiians no longer blind to the truth of our past, or our power 🔺p
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This movement is a product of our struggle to reclaim our education. And with every generation, we are stronger. #KuKiaiMauna #TMTshutdown
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No wai ka mauna? No nā hoa ʻāina nō, he oia mau nō ka lāhui kanaka
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When we DO get the opportunity to spend the day with like-minded organizations, we seize the day and enjoy every moment of our time together. Biggest MAHALO to MAʻO @maoorganicfarms for joining us at the lo’i on… instagram.com/p/B04yLwVjAun/…
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Wāhine toa! And so many more than these 5. Mahalo for this article. Mana wahine 💪�twitter.com/TheSpinoffTV/s…uK
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Loving this kanaka-kine science - Biodiversity highest on Indigenous-managed lands phys.org/news/2019-07-b… via @physorg_com - "Going forward, collaborating with Indigenous land stewards will likely be essential in ensuring that species survive and thrive."
"Take a look around. Hawaiians have come together. And Hawaiians, when unified in a manner that is non-violent, thoughtful and caring, are an extraordinary force." writes @hehawaiiau for @CivilBeat civilbeat.org/2019/08/trisha…
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This does not mean the struggle is over. This means the state needs more time to gather their thoughts because kia’i have overwhelmed them with our organization, our numbers, our international networks, our intelligence, and most of all, our kapu aloha. twitter.com/CivilBeat/stat…
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👩‍🌾When women farmers started recording their production, it revealed their huge contribution to Brazil’s economy, and helpe#ruralwomenen and men see their value#WomensProgress20191unwomen.org/en/news/storie…b0
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Daily Kos @TheActionNet is conducting a survey: Do you support the construction of TMT atop Mauna Kea? Weigh in here: actionnetwork.org/forms/take-the…
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"The state of Hawaiʻi...often similarly adheres to the ideal of Hawaiʻi as racially harmonious while actually perpetuating racism against Native Hawaiians." -Dr. Maile Arvin @kithandkoko on the fight against the #TMT truthout.org/articles/mauna… via @truthout
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sending good vibes to our old friend Michael B... twitter.com/votebrownrigg/…
All should divest from #TMT including @penn_state. #MaunaKea is much more than a telescope, it is our continuous fight as Indigenous people’s for our right to self determination and the protection of our whenua and taiao. #ProtectMaunaKea #NoMore #TinoRangatiratanga twitter.com/wakiyan7/statu…
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A brief history of Hawaiian Land Tenure: 1840- 1st constitution grants vested rights of three classes-Moi-na alii- kanaka in all the lands of Hawai`i 1843- Anglo-Franco Proclamation recognizes Hawaiian Kingdom as achieving recognition as an independent and sovereign state
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This is the mountain I met with activists on & learned about on the Hawaii episode of #UnitedShades. Read up.👇�twitter.com/KanielaIng/sta…s2
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“They capitalize and commercialize our culture,” Wong-Kalu said. “They prostitute the elements that make us Hawaiian. They make it look pretty and make it look alluring in an effort to bring more money into this state.”
“The TMT and Mauna Kea is just the focal point. For me it’s just a galvanizing element,” For Native Hawaiian activists, the fight against Thirty Meter Telescope is a boiling point in Hawaiian history via @StarAdvertiser staradvertiser.com/2019/07/20/bre…
Beyond boiling point! Stolen land. stolen water. derelict public education system. Dumps in Hawaiian communities. Hawaiians at bottom of ever socio-economic indicator...too much hewa to mention. Now's the time for change - Ka huliau twitter.com/StarAdvertiser…
Michelle Obama says diversity is what makes America great: "Whether we are born here or seek refuge here, there’s a place for us all." huffp.st/ejLxa7B
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