Jul 23 2009

About the Editor Lana Ululani Robbins


First I do not claim to speak for all Hawaiians. Secondly I do not purport to speak for all Hawaiians. Instead each and every Hawaiian has their own voice.

I have owned this domain (www.JusticeForHawaiians.com) and www.JusticeForHawaiians.org since 2005.

Who am I? I am loved by my kūpuna.

I am a graduate of the Kamehameha Schools Class of 1985 where I was on full financial aid. I am forever indebted to Ke Ali’i Bernice Pauahi Bishop for her kindness and generosity to Hawaiian children. If it was not for her and people like her, I would never have been able to attend and subsequently graduate from college.  I am a graduate of the University of Washington. Thank you to Bernice Pauahi Bishop for her help.

Professionally I am one of few Hawaiians who are real estate brokers. I am a licensed real estate broker in the State of Florida, a licensed managing broker in the State of Washington, and recently passed the Hawai’i real estate broker exam on October 27, 2017. I own my own real estate firm,  am CEO/President, and  I am proud to be Hawaiian.

My Life Goal is to help build housing for Hawaiians.


I have adopted some dogs and cats from the SPCA and the Human Society. Here is one of my dogs, Bambam, who I adopted from the local SPCA:



One of my dogs, BamBam


Both of my parents are ʻōiwi:

On my paternal side my ʻōiwi  roots are from Paia, Hana, and Kaupo, Maui.

On my maternal side my ʻōiwi  roots are from Ho’okena, South Kealia, Miloli’i, Hilo and Keaukaha from Moku o Keawe:

I am a great granddaughter of Rachel Lokinihama Among who signed the Ku’e Anti-Annexation Petition by proxy when she was 20 years old. (See #24.) 🙂

Rachel Lokinihama Among

My great grandmother Rachel Lokinihama Among

I am also a grandchild of Augusto Dias, one of three Portuguese men credited with the invention of the ukulele. He is the only one of the three men with documentation proving that he helped to invent the ukulele which is amazing. He was inducted to the Ukulele Hall of Fame in 2003 🙂 His great great granddaughter is my maternal great grandmother, Luisa Dias deSilva, who married my maternal great grandfather, Ernesto deSilva. My maternal grandfather is Charles Raymond DeSilva who is the third man in the back row:

deSilvas of Hilo
(Photo courtesy of one of my cousins Kihei deSilva)

My grandfather Ernesto deSilva stands in the front with his wife, my maternal grandmother Luisa Dias deSilva.

I have vehemently opposed the Akaka Bill since at least 2000. The Akaka Bill is being used by politicians who want to use government to exert force to strip Hawaiians of their property rights. I have never waivered.


P.S. Please refrain from RACIST comments, harassing ones, and/or ones that single out and target Hawaiians based on their national origin.

If you would like to contact me feel free to send email to me at HeHawaiiAu at gmail dot com.