By Noelani Goodyear-Ka′opua (ed.), Ikaika Hussey (ed.), Erin Kahunawaika′ala Wright (ed.)
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The decision powerfully demonstrated the limits of asserting ea within settler state frameworks. S. S. S. military’s use of Hawaiian lands. S. S. Public Law 103-150—the 1993 resolution in which the United States apologized to the Hawaiian people and acknowledged that the Hawaiian people and government never relinquished their sovereignty or national lands to the United States—the United States and state of Hawai‘i still had sovereign authority and absolute title to those stolen lands. Adding insult to injury, when plaintiff Jonathan Kamakawiwo‘ole Osorio, a Hawaiian historian and contributor to this volume, refused to settle the case, the state moved to disqualify him on the basis of blood quantum.
The deal was completed in April 2012, when Governor Neil Abercrombie approved the conveyance of ten parcels in Kaka‘ako (just outside downtown Honolulu) to oha. 28. Trask, From a Native Daughter. 29. Nā Maka o ka ʻĀina, Hui Naʻauao; Vance, Hui Naʻauao; Hawaii Sovereignty Advisory Council, Preliminary Report of the Sovereignty Advisory Council. 30. Nā Maka o ka ʻĀina, Hui Naʻauao; Nā Maka o ka ʻĀina, The Tribunal; Nā Maka o ka ʻĀina, Act of War; Osorio, Dismembering Lāhui; Trask, From a Native Daughter; Kameʻeleihiwa, Native Land and Foreign Desires; Silva, Aloha Betrayed; Young, Rethinking the Native Hawaiian Past; Dudley and Agard, A Call for Hawaiian Sovereignty; American Friends Service Committee, He Alo ā He Alo.
In “Resisting the Akaka Bill” (chapter 15), J. Kēhaulani Kauanui illustrates the complex terrains Kanaka Maoli must face when asserting both a national independence claim and an Indigenous, genealogical rootedness in the national lands of the Hawaiian Kingdom. S. Introduction 19 Noelani Goodyear-K aʻōpua 20 domestic law and politics. S. federally recognized status similar to Indian tribes and would fundamentally weaken Hawaiian claims to national independence, which have never been relinquished.