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  1. Video for Hawaiians welcome stolen ancestral remains after a century
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    Hawaiians welcome stolen ancestral remains after a century

    Earlier this month, representatives of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Hui Mālama i nā Kūpuna o Hawai'i nei, ventured to Germany and Austria after what has taken three decades of work to r

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    Dozens of human remains to be returned to Hawai'i by German institutions

    Hawaiʻi will have ancestral remains returned home 100 years after they were stolen by a German explorer.

  3. Video for New Zealand is far ahead on reparations for indigenous - Dame Areta Koopu
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    New Zealand is far ahead on reparations for indigenous- Dame Areta Koopu

    Dame Areta Koopu is proud to say New Zealand is leading the way when it comes to reparations to Māori compared with any other indigenous culture in the world.

  4. Video for Indigenous languages no longer “isolated or alone” – Hawai'ian symposium
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    Indigenous languages no longer “isolated or alone” – Hawai'ian symposium

    A Welsh language expert says indigenous languages have "less power in the world" because other more dominant languages have gained power at their expense.

  5. Video for "Bad night" in Hawai'i as arrests rise to 161
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    "Bad night" in Hawai'i as arrests rise to 161

    More than 25 people were arrested in Hawai'i overnight, in their attempt to halt the planned construction of eight 170-metre-high wind turbines as part of a wind farm development near the community of Kahuku on O'ahu.

  6. Video for New waka unite Māori, Māoli and Māohi
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    New waka unite Māori, Māoli and Māohi

    Three new waka launched this week in the small Northland town of Kororāreka Russell recognise the waka traditions between New Zealand Māori, Hawaiian Kanaka Maoli and Tahitian Māohi peoples.

  7. Video for Mauna Kea Day 100 - 'We will remain'
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    Mauna Kea Day 100- 'We will remain'

    Today marks 100 days since kānaka Māoli have occupied the base of Mauna Kea.  

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    Perpetuating culture amidst adversity

    A university has been created at the base of Mauna Kea, with the purpose of maintaining and perpetuating culture. The name of the university is "Puuhonua ‘o Pu’uhuluhulu." 

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    'Different landscape but the feel is the same'

    Driving their stakes in the ground to stop the desecration of their sacred land is what unites indigenous peoples from around the world.  It's no different in Ihumātao, Aotearoa as it is in Hawai'i on Mauna Kea.  Te Ao reporter Mare Haimona-Riki spoke to Hawai'ian Professor Emalani Case who recently returned to Aotearoa from Mauna Kea.

  10. Video for Māori visit Mauna Kea as Hawaiians visit Ihumātao
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    Māori visit Mauna Kea as Hawaiians visit Ihumātao

    Hawai'ian activist and Professor of Pacific Studies, Dr. Emalani Case, arrived at Ihumātao this morning bearing support from the Hawaiian campaign for the ongoing occupation movement in South Auckland.  At the same time, delegation of Māori scholars and rights advocates are being welcomed on to the Pu'uhonua 'o Pu'uhuluhulu at the base of Mauna Kea.

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