[Autochtones-cop21] Fwd: The time is now, we must support our relatives protecting Mauna Kea.

Silvanu silvanu at samizdat.net
Jeu 18 Juil 12:11:07 CEST 2019

Offensive à Hawai'i contre les Maunakea Kia'i (Protectors de Mauna Kea). 
Mauna Kea est une montagne sacrée pour les Kanaka Maoli (autochtones 
d'Hawai'i) menacée de désacralisation par la construction d'un énorme 

Les Maunakea Kia'i (Protectors de Mauna Kea) étaient présent à Standing 
Rock et il y a une grande mobilisation des peuples et organisations 
autochtones aux Etas-Unis. Ci-après le communiqué de Indigenous 
Environmental Network (IEN).

Je ne sais pas si Mailé est à Hawai'i et si elle a des précisions ou 
infos à rejouter.


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Date : 	Thu, 18 Jul 2019 02:41:11 -0000
De : 	Indigenous Environmental Network <media at ienearth.org>



  Dear Relatives,

As I write this numerous elders and many others have been arrested on a 
remote access road leading to the sacred site of Mauna Kea, on the Big 
Island of Hawai'i.

For three days now, Maunakea Kia'i (Protectors of Mauna Kea) have 
enacted peaceful civil disobedience to stop the construction of the 
Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) on top of this sacred mountain. In response 
to the state of Hawai'i's efforts to start construction, these Kia'i 
have created a sanctuary space called Puʻuhonua o Puʻuhuluhulu, which is 
a long-term basecamp of operations.

Indigenous Environmental Network stands with our Kanaka Maoli relatives 
fighting the TMT to protect their culture, peoples, and sacred site! And 
we ask you to stand with us!

Here are some ways you can support our Kai'i relatives at Puʻuhonua o 
Puʻuhuluhulu who are protecting Mauna Kea.

*To learn about WHY Kanaka Maoli are against the TMT project, CLICK on 
the photo below to read an article by Kanae Okana:*

10 Questions about Mauna Kea 

*To support direct action support/camp logistics, HULI,*
*click on the image below:*

Huli Paypal 

*Click the image below to donate to the *
*Legal Defense Fund, KAHEA:*

Legal Defense 

*The Mauna Medics Healers Nui medical services are seeking help with the 
needed items, access their Target registry *
*by clicking on the photo below:*


Gift Cards, or registry items from Target

  * Milk of Magnesia (no flavors, no off brands with alcohol)

  * Flip top water bottles
  * Gift Cards to Walmart, Target, Safeway
  * Exercise Mats/Camping mats
  * Large and small Sunscreen, sunscreen sticks
  * SPF chapstick
  * Hand warmers/body warmers, foot warmers
  * Emergency blankets
  * Chairs
  * Tables
  * Chemical and Shatter Resistant goggles
  * High Decibel ear plugs and ear muffs
  * 10X10 (or larger) Shade tents
  * Umbrellas
  * Salves for pain, aches, sunburn
  * Basic first aid kits
  * Bandanas
  * Medical Gloves (size M & L)
  * Clean Blankets/Coats/Warm socks

*Take action by contacting those pushing forward the TMT below:*

I leave you with words from Kaho’okahi Kanuha on the frontlines.

/“This is our most sacred mountain; this is our most sacred place. It is 
the highest place, it is the home of our sacred waters, and it is the 
home of our deities.”/

*/Aba Wasté Yuhá,/*

/Jennifer K. Falcon /
(Hay Shaw Wiÿa)
Communications Coordinator
Indigenous Environmental Network

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/Established in 1990, The Indigenous Environmental Network is an 
international environmental justice nonprofit that works with tribal 
grassroots organizations to build the capacity of Indigenous 
communities. IEN’s activities include empowering Indigenous communities 
and tribal governments to develop mechanisms to protect our sacred 
sites, land, water, air, natural resources, the health of both our 
people and all living things, and to build economically sustainable 

*Learn more here: ienearth.org 


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