Hidden History, Lost Heroes, and the Forgotten Hawaiian Kingdom

By Katia Kalei Barricklow This November marks the fifth month of protests on Mauna Kea by native Hawaiians who oppose a poorly managed thirty-meter telescope being built on sacred land. This may come as a shock to people living on the U.S. mainland who view Hawaiʻi as a tropical island paradise full of smiling, easygoing natives. But the truth of the matter is that native … Continue reading Hidden History, Lost Heroes, and the Forgotten Hawaiian Kingdom