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    Kanaka Maoli US - Hawaii
    A video about Cultural and Spiritual Traditions of Moloka'i, Life Giving Knowledge of Peace; with Nãlani Minton and John Ka'imikaua; composed and produced by Nãlani Minton
    Comment: Rice v. Cayetano - Justice Department Evidence Contradicts Supreme Court
    Kanaka Maoli US - Hawaii
    "The Kanaka Maoli (indigenous Hawaiians), virtually all of whom opposed U.S. annexation, and most of whom did not become citizens of the so-called Republic of Hawaii, have never been rightfully subject to the constitution of the United States."
    By Steven T. Newcomb
    Comment: Pope Asks Forgiveness - Will The Vatican Repeal The Inter Caetera?
    "The International Theological Commission says that the church is "not afraid of the truth that emerges from history." We must now wait to see if we can take the Vatican at its word, and whether a papal revocation of the Vatican's doctrine of subjugation will accompany the pope's noble words of contrition."
    By Steven T. Newcomb
    Indigenous Law Institute
      United States
    "The Indigenous Law Institute assists American Indian and other Indigenous communities to work toward a future of restoration and healing. We do this by working to develop a radically new basis for thinking about Native rights, from a Traditional Native Law perspective, and by contending that Native nations and peoples have an inherent right to live free of all forms of empire and domination."

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