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OHA Board Chair “Hulu” Lindsey statement on Department of Interior announcement to develop policy with Native Hawaiians

Today’s historic news that the Department of the Interior intends to develop a formal consultation policy with the Native Hawaiian community is a victory in the fight for Native Hawaiian sovereignty and self-determination. The department’s commitment to working with the Native Hawaiian people in consultation on matters of mutual interest confirms and respects the special political and trust relationship between the United States and the Native Hawaiian community and is an important step in our people’s struggle for self-governance. This is very welcome news and we mahalo Secretary Deb Haaland and President Biden for their continuous efforts to involve and engage Indigenous communities and provide us a voice in federal decision-making. We have much to contribute when discussing Native Hawaiian trust resources and Native Hawaiian rights, and we look forward to the work ahead.

For more, visit https://doi.gov/pressreleases/interior-department-announces-development-first-ever-consultation-policy-native 


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Chair Carmen “Hulu” Lindsey statement on city establishing the Oʻahu Historic Preservation Commission

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Statement from OHA Board of Trustees Chair on House Finance Committee Hearing on Public Land Trust bill

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Testimony of OHA’s Board Chair Carmen “Hulu” Lindsey to the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs

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