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Saving Paradise: The Fight to End Militarization in Hawai‘i
HPJ Youth Organizers were featured in the Nation! Read the article here https://www.thenation.com/…/military-recruiting-hawaii…/
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UPCOMING HPJ EVENTS
      REGISTER FOR PROTECTING OCEANIA (AS PARTICIPANT) WANT TO WORK AT THE SUMMIT? (PLEASE READ CALL FOR SUMMIT WORKERS FOR FULL DESCRIPTION) REGISTER TO BE A SUMMIT WORKER YOU […]
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Demand for an end to the violence in Gaza and the West Bank
  Demand for an End to the Violence and Apartheid in Gaza and West Bank   As an organization committed to demilitarization, de-occupation, and decolonization, Hawaiʻi Peace and Justice calls […]
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HPJ hosts peer exchange with D.A.Y.U.M.
During the week of Sept 4 – 9,2023, HPJ hosted a peer exchange with the Detroit Area Youth Uniting Michigan (DAYUM) to learn more about the shared and unique challenges […]
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Youth Liberation Camp Information Video
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Nā ʻŌpio Aloha ʻĀina learn the history of Mākua Valley
HPJ and Hui Aloha ʻĀina o Honolulu brought youth organizers from Waianae, Makaha, Kaneohe, Kailua and Honolulu to Mākua Valley to learn the about the cultural and political history of […]
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Youth Liberation Camp 2023
Between March 16 -18, 2023, youth from across Oʻahu participated in HPJʻs Youth Liberation Camp where they received political education on the history of Hawaii, environmental racism and climate justice […]
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HPJ joins the 2023 FRI Grant Cohort
We are very excited to announce that we are joining the 2023 grantee cohort of the frontline resource institute, a comprehensive capacity-building organization and resource hub supporting frontline communities working […]
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Youth Liberation Camp is coming!
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Youth ʻĀina Days at Kaʻala Farms
HPJ would like to say mahalo nui loa to Kaukaohu Wahilani , Gina Peterson, Makaio Villanueva, and Uncle Butch Detroye for inviting us to be a part of the 306th […]
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ONIPA’A 2023
HPJ got the opportunity to engage the låhui at the annual Onipa’a event held at ‘Iolani Palace on January 17th, 2023 to remember the illegal overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom […]
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OLA I KA WAI Cartoon by Mylo Choy
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Walk for Wai
HPJ joined community water protectors and local social justice organizations for the Walk for Wai on December 10, 2022, after the Navyʻs most recent spill of AFFF, a fire retardant […]
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One spill too many…It’s time the US Navy left Hawaiʻi
There was another spill at the US Navy’s Red Hill storage facility. This time its 1300 gallons of aqueous film fighting foam (AFFF), designed as a retardant for fuel fires.  […]
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Lā Kūokoʻa at Salt Kakaʻako
HPJ and Hui Aloha ʻĀina o Honolulu joined forces to facilitate interactive Hoʻea Hawaiʻi interactive workshops on the history and impact of militarism in Hawaiʻi and how it relates to […]
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“Meet the New HPJ!” community event
On Saturday, November 19th, HPJ held a community event to celebrate and share its new programs and alliances, staff and new look.  The end of 2021 – 2022 have been […]
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We have a new student intern!
Meet our new student intern! Kaiya Laguardia-Yonamine is a junior at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa studying Journalism and Ethnic Studies. Born and raised on the lands of the […]
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HPJ Koa Futures and Hui Aloha ʻĀina o Honolulu workshops at Anahulu at the Koʻa
Between July 1 – July 10,HPJ’s  Koa Futures organizers  and Hui Aloha ʻĀina o Honolulu joined the Anahulu at the Koʻa occupation opposing RIMPAC and the continued lack of urgency […]
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Stand for our ‘āina, Moana, our wai and our Ola
Stand for our ‘āina, moana, our wai and our ola Hawaiʻi Peace and Justice stands with Kaʻohewai as they make the kāhea to stand against the desecration of the koʻa […]
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The Feminist Response To RIMPAC and the U.S. War Against China
The Feminist Response to RIMPAC and the U.S. War Against China
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The Greatest threat to Oʻahu
Watch Kanaeokanaʻs video on Kāpukaki (Red Hill) Storage facility and learn more about the threat to our water sources and community being posed by the US Navy. Although the Navy […]
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HPJ board member Tina Grandinetti speaking at an Oʻahu Water Protectors “die-in” action
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Kaʻohewai, a Kanaka Maoli coalition, demands the shut down of Red Hill
  Watch Kanaeokana’s video on the building of the ko’a by Kanaka Maoli cultural practitioners calling for the closure of the Kapūkaki (Red Hill) Storage Facility.
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Red Hill Protest
For nearly 80 years, the U.S. Navy has stored well over 100 million gallons of fuel in 20, 20-story massive underground storage tanks in Kapūkakī, also known as Red Hill, […]
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Native Hawaiians Fight US Navy for Polluting Island’s Water
On Dec 30, 2021, Hawaiian practioners with Kaʻohewai arrived before dawn at the gates of the US Navy Command to build koʻa (shrine) and hold ceremony to call for the […]
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Shut Down Red Hill
Hawai’i Peace and Justice demands that the U.S. Navy empty and shut down twenty giant 79-year-old leaking jet fuel tanks that are embedded in Red Hill above Pearl Harbor Naval […]
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