Category: Kau Inoa

Dec 17 2009

Hawaiians Against Kau Inoa and Against the Akaka Bill

Hawaiians Against Kau Inoa and Against the Akaka Bill

There are so many Hawaiians who are against Kau Inoa and against the Akaka Bill also known as the Native Hawaiian Government Reorganization Act.

Many Hawaiians continue to peacefully protest offline, on paper, online, and in video.

Here is a video by Pono Kealoha:

Nov 25 2009

Kau Inoa: Kaleo Farias Apologizes For His Role

Kau Inoa

Former #1 Recruiter of Kau Inoa Kaleo Farias has the inside track and speaks out again:

Mahalo to Kaleo Farias for apologizing for his role in helping register 20,000 signatures with Kau Inoa.

No be shame.

Still get time to remove your name from the Kau Inoa registry. Click here for more information.

Kau Inoa: How to Remove Your Name From Kau Inoa

Kau Inoa: Click Here to Remove Your Name From Kau Inoa

Imua.

Courtesy of Free Hawaii TV and Ms. Donna Burns

Nov 23 2009

Kau Inoa

Kau Inoa

According to the Office of Hawaiian Affairs’ Kau Inoa Twitter as of November 13, 2009 they have “108, 043 people signed up for Kau Inoa:”

Kau Inoa

Kau Inoa

However to get the majority they would need 50% + 1:


50% (401,062 Hawaiians’ signatures) + 1 = 200,532 Hawaiians’ signatures



Kau Inoa is short by approximately 92,488 signatures.

They do not have the majority nor will they ever get the majority. In fact many Hawaiians have demanded that their name be removed. See UnKau Inoa.

Even so the signatures that they claim to be on the Kau Inoa lists have not been certified.

No be shame. It’s not too late to remove your name. Check out UnKau Inoa for how to remove your name.

E malama pono.

Nov 22 2009

Kau Inoa: OHA’s Former #1 Recruiter Kaleo Farias Has Turned Straight Shooter

Kau Inoa: OHA’s Former #1 Recruiter Kaleo Farias Has Turned Straight Shooter

The Office of Hawaiians Affairs Kau Inoa former number one recruiter Kaleo Farias has turned to a straight shooter and is now trying to do the right thing.

Watch this video of former employee of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs Kaleo Farias:

Video courtesy of Free Hawai’i TV.

Send this video to at least one person today.

Oct 21 2009

Kau Inoa “Native Hawaiian” Registration

Kau Inoa “Native Hawaiian” Registration

Signed up for Kau Inoa and feel deceived?

 

Kau Inoa: How to Remove Your Name From Kau Inoa

Kau Inoa: How to Remove Your Name From Kau Inoa

No be shame.

Still get time to remove your name.

 

Watch this video to un-kau now or check out this website:

www.unkauinoa.org

 

 

Video and image credit to Ehu Cardwell and the Koani Foundation

Oct 18 2009

Kau Inoa: To Build a Nation

Kau Inoa: To Build a Nation

Did you sign OHA’s Kau Inoa and wish you didn’t?

Well you can still remove your name.

UnKau Inoa‘s THE  way to remove  *YOUR* name… so “no be shame.”

Check out this three minute and 37 second video courtesy of Ehu Cardwell and the Koani Foundation:

 

Then check out UNKau Inoa’s website to find out how you can remove your name from Kau Inoa:

Click here to find out how to remove YOUR name.

 

Or go here:

http://unkauinoa.org/UnKauNow_Remove_Your_Name.html

E malama pono, Lana

Oct 17 2009

Kau Inoa Registration: How to Remove Your Name

Kau Inoa Registration: How to Remove Your Name

Kau Inoa: How to Remove Your Name. Photo courtesy of Pono Kealoha.

Kau Inoa: How to Remove Your Name. Photo courtesy of Pono Kealoha.

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs has been trying to gather the names of Hawaiians and their legal heirs as part of Kau Inoa spending millions of dollars trying to get our names —instead of using it to feed, house, and/or clothe us which are some of the basics of living.

To remove your name from Kau Inoa check out this website for explicit instructions:

http://unkauinoa.org/UnKauNow_Remove_Your_Name.html

Print a copy of the form, fill it out, then place it in a envelope.

Make sure that when you send it at the post office to get a delivery confirmation and send it certified as well.

Then send it to

Hawai’i Maoli

POB 1135

Honolulu HI 96807

 

 In addition I would ALSO send a copy of the form directly to the Office of Hawaiian Affairs. Their addresses can be seen here.

To save you time… their address on O’ahu is as follows:

Office of Hawaiian Affairs
711 Kapi’olani Boulevard Suite 500
Honolulu, HI 96813

 

If you have ANY questions please contact me (Lana Ululani Robbins) personally in the form below and I will get back to promptly:

 

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*** I assure you that I will not sell, rent, or otherwise disclose any information you provide to me above to any person or entity including but not limited to the Office of Hawaiian Affairs.

 

Alo*ha*,

 Lana Ululani Robbins