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Hawaiian Issues

Hawaiian Issues political reviews • polynesia 203 ———. 2002. Political Review of French the Hawaiian-preference admissions Polynesia. The Contemporary Pacific policy of the Kamehameha Schools— 14:213–219. in particular, the Arakaki v Lingle, Mohica-Cummings v Kamehameha Schools, and Doe v Kamehameha cases. Since the march, the Mohica- On 7 September 2003, Native Hawai- Cummings case has been settled out ians and supporters from all walks of of court, allowing the student in ques- life flooded Waikïkï, Hawai‘i’s tour- tion to stay at the school provided he ism Mecca, with a sea of red shirts remain in good standing. The Kame- symbolizing the red ‘äweoweo (a hameha Schools prevailed in the Doe school of small red fish seen as pre- case. In Arakaki v Lingle, the courts dicting a big change). Clad in t-shirts ruled that the Department of Hawai- that read “Kü i ka Pono!” (Stand for ian Home Lands, a US federal agency, Justice), an estimated 8,000 people could not be included in the litigation; marched in support of native rights the case is still pending. and institutions and in protest against ‘Ïlio‘ulaokalani was planning efforts to dismantle them (Bernardo another Kü i Ka Pono march for 2003). The primary sponsors, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

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University of Hawai'I Press
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Copyright © 2005 University of Hawai'i Press.
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Abstract

political reviews • polynesia 203 ———. 2002. Political Review of French the Hawaiian-preference admissions Polynesia. The Contemporary Pacific policy of the Kamehameha Schools— 14:213–219. in particular, the Arakaki v Lingle, Mohica-Cummings v Kamehameha Schools, and Doe v Kamehameha cases. Since the march, the Mohica- On 7 September 2003, Native Hawai- Cummings case has been settled out ians and supporters from all walks of of court, allowing the student in ques- life flooded Waikïkï, Hawai‘i’s tour- tion to stay at the school provided he ism Mecca, with a sea of red shirts remain in good standing. The Kame- symbolizing the red ‘äweoweo (a hameha Schools prevailed in the Doe school of small red fish seen as pre- case. In Arakaki v Lingle, the courts dicting a big change). Clad in t-shirts ruled that the Department of Hawai- that read “Kü i ka Pono!” (Stand for ian Home Lands, a US federal agency, Justice), an estimated 8,000 people could not be included in the litigation; marched in support of native rights the case is still pending. and institutions and in protest against ‘Ïlio‘ulaokalani was planning efforts to dismantle them (Bernardo another Kü i Ka Pono march for 2003). The primary sponsors,

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The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Jan 27, 2005

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