Maoli Thursday:"Tell the Children the Truth": Taking a Hard Look at International Law Routes to Hawaiian Sovereignty

Thursday, November 3, 2011 (All day)

Ka Huli Ao invites you to our second Maoli Thursday of the semester.
This month’s lunchtime discussion focuses on state legislation.
Maoli Thursday is a lunchtime forum and speaker series held every first Thursday of the month.

Time: 11:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Place: Moot Court Room
Please RSVP by Tuesday, November 1, 2011 to nhlawctr@hawaii.edu
Free and open to the public.
Refreshments will be served.
Event will be live-streamed at www.KaHuliAo.com

Featuring author-activist-attorney Julian Aguon

Julian Aguon is an indigenous Chamoru writer-activist-attorney who specializes in international law and is the author of numerous books and law journal articles on the subjects of self-determination, human rights, indigeneity, colonialism, and militarism. He was a 2010 Post Juris Doctor Research Fellow at Ka Huli Ao Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law. He teaches International Law at the University of Guam, and was named a 2011 Petra Fellow by the New York-based Petra Foundation. His most recent book, What We Bury At Night, describes the pr esent day realities of the United States’ continuing colonial relationships with the islands and peoples of Micronesia. He is currently working on a fourth book entitled Little Bird Sings Sedition. Julian is a 2009 graduate of the William S. Richardson School of Law.