This has been a gathering spot for generations of ohana and is absolutely fine the way it is. We know that the military wants to be able to use this, thus further destroying what's left of the natural landscape of Hawaii.
Owe Aku (Bring Back the Way), with the assistance of resisters and activist from across the continent, protecting Mother Earth and Sacred Water, completed our gathering for a three-day training on the Lakota homeland in Manderson on the Pine Ridge reservation. Owe Aku's Moccasins on the Ground
I'd hate to have to say "That sounds like an amazing way to better serve my community and to help create a more just and sustainable world.... but I can't afford it." I'm hoping that you can help me overcome a relatively low barrier which will allow me to better give my gifts to my community
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