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A warrior bard is more than just a performer.  He is an educator, healer, historian and force of inspiration for the people.   Here are some good resources for learning more about the things that are important to Aloha ʻĀina.

Links & Goodies

Our 2016 Journey to New York, Washington, DC and more, to commemorate the Queen's Protest against US Annexation

An interactive map of stories and songs all over Hawaiʻi: check it out!

International Documents of all kinds (under construction)

all kine.

2015 UN Complaint

Liko's formal complaint to the United Nations, filed October 25, 2015, regarding the foreign domination of Hawaiʻi by the USA.  

Formal UN Complaint:

International Documents 

Some important resources for us all to familiarize ourselves with.

Convention (V) respecting the Rights and Duties of Neutral Powers and Persons in Case of War on Land (The Hague, 1907)

It is important to remember that Hawaiʻi IS a neutral country, and as such, has a right to protection by the collective powers of the world, as well as freedom from military abuse and domination. 

Human rights are for everyone.  Without them, no one is free.


We must be careful not to become entrenched in the "box" of indigenous subjugation.  However, there is much important content in this document that should be remembered and practiced worldwide. 

International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination

International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights

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Song Lyrics:

Downloadable lyrics to "Red Ribbons", with the Queen's official 1897 "red ribbon" protest against US Annexation on the other side (mahalo nui to ʻIlima Long and MANA for this!).  

Downloadable lyrics to "Red Ribbons" with Queen Liliʻuokalani's 1897 Letter of Protest to the United States

Downloadable lyrics to "Hawaiʻi Loa Kūlike Kākou" with chords 

Other Awesome Stuff to Learn:

Wind and Rain Names of Hawaiʻi

This is like a lifelong treasure hunt.  Here are two lists to start from -- now to learn, feel, know and love all you can!  Mahalo nui to Kū Kahakalau, Genie Alvarado and the University of Hawaiʻi for this resource.  

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