Three events on Sat. May 24th on Big Island

Kona March Against Monsanto 1PM Saturday May 24, 2014
Ohana Ho`opakele invites you to a Public Meeting on our Pu`uhonua Curriculum
WHEN: Saturday, May 24, 2014, 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon
WHERE: Hilo Office, Queen Liliuokalani Children’s Center, 919 Ululani St., Hilo.
                (Tel. 935-9381)
WHO IS INVITED: The Public, especially the kupuna
WHY: Governor Abercrombie has announced the reopening of the Kulani Correctional
            Center on July 1, 2014 and kupuna are being offered stipends to teach Hawaiian
            culture.  Why a Pu`uhonua should be opened instead of a prison?  Learn why.
AGENDA:  Uncle Sam Kaleleiki will share his vision of the Pu`uhonua
                   Ohana Ho`opakele Power Point Presentation on the Pu`uhonua
                  President Palikapu Dedman will explain Pu`uhonua Curriculum
ADDED ATTRACTION: Kupuna from Oahu will join via Videoconferencing from QLCC Windward Oahu office in Hau`ula, led by Uncle Joe Tassill.
ALSO: Latest information on Ohana Ho`opakele court case against Kulani will be shared.
Ronald Fujiyoshi – Tel. (home) 959-9775; (cell) 345-9688,
Palikapu Dedman – Tel. (home) 959-4930
Uncle Sam Kaleleiki – Tel. (cell) 937-7193

SAT 5/24 6:30-8:30 pm UH Hilo STB108 Dr. Lorin Pang of Maui, informs us about the health effects and other issues around genetic engineering and genetically engineered food and farming. His focus will also be on pesticides, and how pesticides affect the human body at the cellular level, and the unintended consequences of mixing different pesticides together. When mixed, as is done more often than not in the farm fields, they combine to create brand new untested chemicals that wreak havoc on the human body’s ability defend from the toxins.