Tag Archives: Mauna Kea

2 August 2019

Treadmill. Gym at the Shire.
Walking. Morningside Gardens.
For Mauna Kea
Ko’u Mana’o – Rebel Zion
Rise Up – Ryan Hiraok, ft. Leala Kawaauhau
We Are Mauna Kea – Sons of Yeshua
Draw the Line at Thirteen – Brad Bordess
Stand Up and Rise – One Rhythm
E Ala E – Hawaiian Roots Band
E `Oni A Pa`a – Hawane Rios
Of Stars & Of Stone – Mr. Kapu, ft. Ka​`​ale
Everybody Wants to Be Somebody – Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley
Get Up Stand Up – Bob Marley & The Wailers
For Hong Kong
Sing Hallelujah to the Lord – The Island Choral Experience & Friends
March for the Beloved – Onesun, ft. Lee Ari
Do You Hear the People Sing? – Les Misérables


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Protect Mauna Key, stop tmt construction

I signed the petition, “Governor David Y. Ige: Stop TMT Construction and Arrests of Mauna Kea Protectors.”

The indigenous people of Hawai’i view Mauna Kea as sacred. We should respect the people and the land.

Here’s the quick scoop from Indian Country Today Media Network.com:

Protestors — or Protectors, as they prefer to put it — are still fighting the fight against construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope atop sacred Mauna Kea in Hawaii. On Friday, seven were arrested. What might usually be filed away as an Indigenous issue has gotten a lot of attention from celebrities and their followers on social media thanks to a campaign started by actor Jason Momoa back in April. Momoa, Native Hawaiian, is one of today’s fastest rising stars, on the strength of his work inGame of Thrones and The Red Road, and his selection to be Aquaman in multiple future films.

Read more and sign the petition.


See you along the Trail.

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