POLITICAL PROGRAMS:Self-Determination & Self Governance
Any Legislation, without the Full consent of the Native Hawaiian people at the city, state, and/or federal level with regards to a Full Measure of Self Governance usurps the Intent, the Spirit, and the foundation of Self-Determination.
Education and Debate Among Native Hawaiian People
Native Hawaiian People need a substantial period of time in which they can engage freely and without fear of threat or intimidation in the processes of educating and publicly debating among themselves, with meaningful access to the mainstream news media in Hawai`i, regarding the various options available to them including but not limited to:
Genuine Plebiscite Under International Law
A genuine plebiscite must be supervised by the United Nations Organization in order to guarantee a free, fair, impartial, and objective electoral process in accordance with historically recognized international standards and procedures.
Call for a Native Hawaiian Constitutional Convention
It must be guaranteed, before the process begins, that the will of the Native Hawaiian people is determinative (has the power to determine) and will be honored and respected whatever the results might be, including restoration and independence.
ECONOMIC PROGRAMS:Economic Dependency to Independence
Limited Capacity to Manage Assets
economic dependency OHA assigns the following responsibilities to financial institutions and experts:
Monitor: Cop or Enforcement of the Assets
Custodian: Safe Keeper of the Assets
Broker of the Record: Clearinghouse of the Securities
Money Managers: Experts who Manage the Money
Maturing Capacity to Manage Assets
education, learning period Educational Outreach Program
Financial Literacy Training Program
Socially Responsible Investments (SRI)
Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI)
High Capacity to Manage Assets
(economic independence) Manage and Control Hawaiian Cash & Assets
Community Development Financial Institution (Native Hawaiian Bank)
Capital Leverage Formula -- 10 to 1 leverage
(every $1 deposited in the Bank = $10 for the Bank to lend and invest in the community)
Native Hawaiian Trusts and Foundations:
Queen Liliuokalani Childrens Center
SOCIAL PROGRAMS:Improve the Quality of Life & Conditions
Alternative health and wellness modalities
Improve nutritional education
Preserve the traditions of la`au lapa`au, old-fashioned lomilomi and ho`oponopono
Utilize the latest technology in bio-energy, specifically the I-Health system
TOP PRIORITY: Homeless and houseless solutions
Example: Pu`uhonua `o Waimanalo Village built by residents from unimproved land now housing a community of 80 residents.
Affordable housing projects and programs
OHA must provide more Primary & Higher Education scholarships.
Higher Education funds should be made available after scholarship searches and sources are completed. This will help balance educational disparity and future economic potential among our children.
Vocational Training must become a high priority. Practical marketable skills are mandatory for economic security.
Hawai`i will remain a competitive tourism destination only as long as the experience remains Hawaiian.
CULTURAL CONDITIONSCultural sensitivity
Olelo Hawai`i - Hawaiian Language
Language should be a way of life and not a business.
Preservation and Cultural Sensitivity
The continuity of traditions, culture, and arts must be preserved. This knowledge is specific to our heritage and geography.
"I have dedicated my life to addressing the long-standing issues and concerns of our people. I do this for, 'The Love of Country' and to secure the foundation of our Future."
-- Pu'uhonua D. K. Kanahele