Hawaiian Apartheid – Racial Separatism and Ethnic Nationalism in the Aloha State

by Kenneth R. Conklin, Ph.D.

This book is a wakeup call to all America, and especially Hawaii, regarding the growing menace of Hawaiian racial separatism and ethnic nationalism.  One chapter describes Hawaii’s current racial separatism of over 160 racially exclusionary federal programs, plus OHA, DHHL, Kamehameha School, charter schools, immersion schools; and a proposal for racial separatist government through the Akaka bill S.310/H.R.505.

Another chapter explores the secessionist independence movement, what it means for people with no native blood, and how the Akaka bill would empower secessionists.  Other chapters examine some important historical falsehoods; junk-science victim hood claims of the Hawaiian grievance industry; anti-Americanism and anti-military activism; bogus claims to indigenous status; sovereignty frauds and scams; and an agenda for future action to revive unity, equality, and aloha for all.  Read detailed table of contents and Chapter 1.


Ken Conklin has a Ph.D. in Philosophy, has lived in Hawaii studying Hawaiian sovereignty full-time for 15 years, and speaks Hawaiian with moderate fluency.  He has attended hundreds of sovereignty marches and rallies; was the first person of no native ancestry ever to run for trustee of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (after a successful civil rights lawsuit); and taught a controversial course on Hawaiian sovereignty at the University of Hawaii.  He has made numerous TV and radio appearances, and published over a hundred articles in newspapers and magazines. ISBN:978-1-59824-461-8

Visit his website on Hawaiian sovereignty at http://tinyurl.com/6gkzk


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