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Olelo Channel 53 Livestream   Events & Programs Schedule

See the schedule of public forums and sovereignty TV shows. Public forums stream live on ‘Ōlelo 53.

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Activities

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To enrich and extend the sovereignty conversation, we have developed some "home experiences" and puzzles.

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We offer an online forum for ongoing, public dialogue between (and during) the public meetings.

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Upcoming Sovereignty Conversation air dates on ‘Ōlelo

Olelo Community Media

March 25 Public Forum (Colonization of Hawaii 1897-2014)

  • 4/4/2014, 4:00 PM, ‘Ōlelo Channel 53
  • 4/5/2014, 12:30 PM, ‘Ōlelo Channel 53

Sovereignty Conversation – Dialogues #3

  • 4/11/2014, 8:30 PM, ‘Ōlelo Channel 53

Sovereignty Conversation – Na Maka #3

  • 4/12/2014, 11:30 AM, ‘Ōlelo Channel 53

You can always go to http://www.olelo.org/tv/ and search for “sovereignty conversation” to get the most up-to-date schedule.

Published: 31. 03. 2014 | Comments: 0

Next community forum is March 25 at ‘Ōlelo’s Māpunapuna location

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Event flyer – click image for PDF

Here are the details for the next Sovereignty Conversation Community Forum:

The Colonization of Hawaii 1897-2014 and Decolonization Efforts Worldwide Today

Tuesday, March 25, 7:00pm-8:30pm
Olelo Community Media studio

1122 Mapunapuna St. (see map »)

  • Attorney Dexter Kaiama will point out illegalities at every step of Hawai’i’s path to becoming part of America.
  • Williamson Chang, professor at UH Law School, will discuss the strong Hawaiian resistance at each of these stages.
  • Attorney Poka Laenui, Fred Cachola (longtime extension education chief at Kamehameha Schools), and Dante Carpenter (Democrat Party chair and former Big Island Mayor), will discuss the Colonization of Hawai’i.
  • Professor Manu Kaiama will show the large number of countries that have been decolonized worldwide in the last twenty-five years.
  • OHA Trustee Peter Apo will then talk about OHA’s commitment of support. He will also sing “Hawai‘i Loa Kū Like Kākou.”
  • Dr. Kioni Dudley will facilitate the forum.

Also on ‘Ōlelo Channel 53 (live).

Published: 23. 03. 2014 | Comments: 3

Next community forum is February 25 at ‘Ōlelo’s Māpunapuna location

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Event flyer – click image for PDF

Here are the details for the next Sovereignty Conversation Community Forum:

A Fresh Look at Hawaiian History from Kamehameha to 1900

Tuesday, February 25, 7:00pm-8:30pm
Olelo Community Media studio
1122 Mapunapuna St. (see map »)

Also on ‘Ōlelo Channel 53 (live).

Published: 18. 02. 2014 | Comments: 0

January 21 forum now available for online viewing

The first of the “Sovereignty Conversation: Community Forums” (the forum on January 21, 2014 at Kapolei High School) is now available to watch on-demand. There are two options: YouTube and ‘Ōlelo Community Media.

YouTube version

The most complete version is on YouTube and includes the beginning of the presentation. Thank you to Pono Kealoha for filming and posting to his YouTube channel.
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Published: 12. 02. 2014 | Comments: 0

First of 12 Sovereignty Conservation Forums to be held January 21 in Kapolei

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Event flyer – click image for PDF

We kick off the “Sovereignty Conversation: Community Forums” on Tuesday, January 21 with a fascinating review of history. Presenters will be Jon Osorio (professor at UH Manoa and well-known recording artist), Palani Vaughan (who will add to his talk with three songs sung with his recording group, the King’s Own), and Poka Laenui, attorney and longtime sovereignty leader.

Bringing together views from all sides, a panel will then comment on the topics that have been discussed. The panel will include OHA Trustee Peter Apo, Major General (Ret.) Butch Correa, Professor Genai Keliikuli from LCC Wai’anae, and Dr. Kioni Dudley. The emcee will be Mehana Hind.

Tuesday, January 21, 7-9:30 p.m.
Kapolei High School Cafeteria
91-5007 Kapolei Parkway (map »)

Also live on ‘Ōlelo channel 53.

Please plan to attend and tell your friends.

Published: 14. 01. 2014 | Comments: 0