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WATCH: Paʻa Ke Aupuni is a unique 60-minute hand-drawn, animated film that gets straight to the point. It zooms in on key facts explaining how the Hawaiian Kingdom came to be, how it evolved to stand firmly on the international world stage of sovereign nations, and how the United States came to claim Hawai‘i.

Come join us at the Barn at Our Kaka’ako on Saturday, November 24th, 3-8pm. Bring a blank shirt to print on, join in on art and activities, listen to some great music and speeches, make and take things for your ‘ohana and friends.

After exhausting all measures towards a pono resolution with the County of Hawaiʻi, Waipiʻo Valley kūpuna, taro farmers, residents and lineal descendants of Waipiʻo for many generations plan to blockade the road to Waipiʻo on September 19, 2022 starting at 8 am to protest decisions that will negatively impact them and the place they love.

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A fun activity kit for ‘ohana and haumāna to explore.

Follow a raindrop through the water cycle in Hawaiʻi with this Pidgin-Hawaiian poem.

This page features links to our Kapūkaki youtube playlist, our Advocacy kit, and the Water Education Resources collection.

Read the Civil Beat article how a monitoring agreement signed in 2015 failed to prevent a catastrophe six years later.

Congressmen Kahele, Case, and U.S. Senator Brian Schatz have introduced legislation to discontinue, defuel, and decommission Red Hill.

Help raise awareness of the issue. Download, print, and put up 11×17 Red Hill posters.

If the Red Hill crisis crags on, Hawai‘i may not renew military base leases.

Hawai‘i State Senators urge the Navy to rescind its legal challenge to the Hawai‘i Department of Health’s Emergency Order

The fight to protect Kapūkaki, our water, and life on O‘ahu. See what’s happening and how you can help.

Free resources to help folx on their Hawaiian language journey. E ‘ōlelo kākou!

Get your ‘ōlelo on with other folx in the community!

The fight to protect Maunakea from the mismanagement of UH and the state, and the international interests of the TMT corporation continues. What’s happened so far?

On the American holiday that celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Navy chaplains in Hawai‘i repeatedly invoked his name and talked about “honoring his legacy.”

WATCH: The Subcommittee on Readiness Hearing on the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility — The Current Crisis, the Response, and the Way Forward

WATCH: Inspections, repairs, and maintenance did not prevent a leak in 2014. Operator error only exacerbated the problem of the corroding tanks and the outer concrete shell that the Navy admits is “impossible to maintain.”

WATCH: A 6-minute video. The security of O‘ahu’s collective future is at stake. What’s happening?

Progressive International: Statement on the crimes of the US Navy in Hawai’i

The Washington Post talked to families who were drinking the tainted tap water.

KITV reports on the testimony given by Dr. Norfleet on December 20, 2021 at a Department of Health hearing.

Civil Beat provides their summary of the 13-hour Department of Health hearing where Navy officials did their best to fend off criticism about their lack of action since 2015’s order to do something about the aging tanks.

A collective of women in Hawaiʻi who address local and international issues relating to demilitarization, peace, and non-violence.

Kaʻohewai—a coalition of Hawaiian organizations rising in defense of Kapūkaki, and dedicated to nurturing and sustaining the well-being of our water, land, and the life they support—is calling for the immediate removal of the 20 Kapūkaki Navy fuel tanks.

Built in haste during World War II, the facility has a history of leaking despite the Navy’s assurances that it is secure.

Marti Townsend, the Chapter Director of the Sierra Club of Hawai‘i from 2015 – 2021 shares and welcomes ideas on “what’s next” regarding O‘ahu’s water crisis.

Hawai‘i News Now’s coverage of the O‘ahu water crisis.

Erin Brockovich weighs in on the Red Hill Fuel Crisis as well as others like it around the U.S.

Download and print these fun DIY activities for mākua, tūtū, or kuaʻana to enjoy playing with keiki, Kindergarten to Grade 3. Assembly required!

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