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January 17, 2018
To be steadfast, established, firm, resolute and determined.
Mauna Ala | Kamehameha Statue |
‘Iolani Palace | Capitol Rotunda | Hāli‘imaile
ABOUT THE EVENT /
In November 1993, the United States passed a Joint Resolution that recognized the actions that took place on January 17, 1893 as " the illegal overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy." January 17, 2018 marks the 125th Anniversary of that dark day in the history of the Hawai‘i.
On January 17, 2018, join us as we come together to remember our past and find our way forward. The unresolved issue of Hawaiian sovereignty is not only a Hawaiian issue - it is a Hawai‘i issue. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere."
11:15 | Ho‘okupu at Queenʻs Statue
9:00 | Peace March from Mauna Ala
10:45 | Raise Hae Hawai‘i above ‘Iolani Palace
12:00 | Ho‘olokahi at Capitol Rotunda
10:00 | Gather at Kamehameha Statue
11:00 | Gather at back gate of Palace
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS | PUBLIC WELCOME
Sunrise | Protocol at Mauna Ala
10:15 | Enter ‘Iolani Palace from the front gate
13:00 | Rally at the Palace Bandstand
14:00 | Hale Ali‘i o Waimaka Hula Tribute at the Palace Bandstand
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