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Kaniela Ing
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Kaniela Ing 2h
No ones discrediting research or scientific theories. Just asking that you not discredit scientific practice. Columbus didn’t discover America. And Western “research” did not start this movement.
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Kaniela Ing 2h
You really don’t catch your inconsistency here?
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Kaniela Ing 5h
And Columbus “discovered” America?
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Kaniela Ing 18h
Replying to @blindjustice00
See the forests. Not just the trees.
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Kaniela Ing 21h
Why is Hawaii/pacific off this map?
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Kaniela Ing 21h
White liberals: We’re with you on everything y’all care about: equal pay, flipping red seats, fundraising for your nonprofits—all of it. But we need you with us too. Lend a hand, or at least an ear.
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Kaniela Ing 22h
Replying to @blindjustice00
Also Native knowledge has nothing to do with race
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Kaniela Ing 22h
Replying to @blindjustice00
Tell that to people in flint and standing rock.
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Kaniela Ing Sep 21
To beat the , get funding outside of white circles. Invest in communities of color that will suffer the worst, and center Native peoples and their orgs. We lived + pleaded for sustainable economies for centuries, before you started listening to white spokespeople.
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Kaniela Ing Sep 21
Modern day colonizers like Mark Zuckerberg are still weaponizing western “quiet title” and “adverse possession” (corporate squatting) laws to displace Native Hawaiians. Learn how to fight back. RSVP:
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Dr.LeanneKealohaFox Sep 21
I think about what it means to raise a Native son to ho'okanaka everyday. Doing so as a community is especially embracing given this responsibility. is so powerful because it's generative with our voices and generations up front. Aloha nui e nā mamo e
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Kaniela Ing Sep 21
If we want to beat the , break the cycle of funds in white circles. Focus on communities of color that will suffer the worst, and center Native peoples and their orgs. We lived sustainably for centuries, before you started listening to your white spokespeople.
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Bill McKibben Sep 20
It is all but impossible to get pictures out of lower Manhattan this afternoon--the crowd, which we're estimating at 300k minimum, has overwhelmed the cellphone networks. It is big, and it is beautiful
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Kaniela Ing Sep 20
Eh, it’s a strike day though.
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Kaniela Ing Sep 20
Thank you for striking with us AND for coming up to the Mauna, . Good music, and good politics.
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Jordan Weissmann Sep 19
In other words, 43% of white Harvard students are receiving some form of affirmative action.
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350 Pacific Sep 19
“We are not sinking, we are fighting” Kiribati
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Sameera Savarala Sep 19
begins in the island nation of Vanuatu in the Pacific. One of the countries most impacted by climate change but also leading by example on 🏝👏🏽via
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Kaniela Ing Sep 19
America, come through tomorrow!
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Nina Turner Sep 19
Anyone directing racist, sexist &otherwise personally derogatory tweets/messages towards or anyone on his team is a coward and is not in alignment w/ or our collective mission.
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