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Solidarity with Black Lives Matter

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2020

No Lie Can Live Forever!

Statues & Monuments to Racism, Slavery and Oppression are finally coming down throughout the U.S. & the world in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter Movement.

Statues of Jefferson Davis, Christopher Columbus, Robert E. Lee, etc. are going or gone.

What’s Next?

Fearing another Exodus 32:20 modern attack on the Golden Calf False God of Metal, the NYPD

has put the Bronze Bull of Wall Street under 24 hour security watch.


It is also said the US Military Industrial Complex is on high alert for nonviolent actions to “beat swords into plowshares and  train for war no more.” Isaiah 2:4

De-Militarize the Police! De-Militarize Hawaii & the World!

Cancel RIMPAC! Wage Justice & Peace not War!

1. Mourn all victims of violence. 2. Reject war as a solution. 3. Defend civil liberties.
4. Oppose all discrimination, anti-Islamic, anti-Semitic, anti-Hawaiian, etc.
5. Seek peace through peaceful means and work for justice in Hawai`i and around the world.

Malu ‘Aina Center for Non-violent Education & Action

P.O. Box 489 Ola’a (Kurtistown), Hawaii 96760 Phone (808) 966-7622 Email

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June 26, 2020 Hilo Peace Vigil leaflet – week 978 – Fridays 3:30-5PM downtown Post Office

June 19, 2020 Hilo Peace Vigil leaflet on Racism, Militarism and Empire

Tuesday, June 16th, 2020

Black Lives Matter & the fight against US empire are one and the same

      Black theologian and philosopher Dr. Cornell West said: “It’s impossible to talk about the devaluation of Black lives without talking about militarism and the far-reaching tentacles of the US empire…” “Black people will never be free under a system of predatory capitalism – we will never be free under a system with imperial tentacles, [we] will never be free with the Pentagon elite running amok with militaristic policies and killing people in Latin America and the Caribbean, and so forth.” West says conversations over the murder of George Floyd and police brutality are inseparable from discussions over Washington’s imperial policies.

See full interview with Cornell West here:

Also see an article by Chris Hedges on the systemic nature of the problems of police violence