1. Trike Landing at Homestead

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    • Misfortune Cookie trailer

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      • Trike Flying

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        Flying a Trike in Homestead

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        • 2009 Native Hawaiian Advocate James P. Akiona, Sr.

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          After over 55 years of waiting for land intended for serious Hawaiian ranchers like him and two decades of struggle and litigation, Uncle Jimmy Akiona has paved the way for hundreds of other native Hawaiians to obtain Hawaiian homes pastoral leases as the law intended. After he applied in 1952 and missing the cut by 2, Uncle Jimmy waited his entire productive life before the Hawaiian Homes Commission finally awarded him his 300 acre pastoral lease at Honokaia in 2007. The HHC passed over him illegally numerous times during the decades he was no. 1 or 2 on the waiting list, favoring more prominent political figures instead. In 1974, Uncle Sonny Kaniho launched one of the first protests of the modern Hawaiian rights movement. He entered lands the HHC leased to Parker Ranch for 5 decades, instead of issuing homestead leases to native Hawaiians like Uncle Jimmy and Sonny's father Willie Kaniho. Sonny's father would ultimately die waiting. In 1990, Kaniho and Akiona would join forces to form the Aged Hawaiians, and finally sued to obtain homestead ranch land to support commercially viable ranching. That year, the HHC would issue homestead leases of enough land to support only subsistence ranching. In 1995, the Hawai`i Supreme Court agreed with the Aged Hawaiians that the HHC must give native Hawaiians like Uncle Jimmy opportunities to successfully ranch on homesteads. Another decade would go by before the HHC would finally settle and issue him the lease for which he waited a lifetime. Although he would continue the fight to force the HHC to provide adequate water to support ranching at Honokaia, Uncle Jimmy paved the way for hundreds to obtain pastoral leases of lands leased for decades to Parker Ranch and other non Hawaiians. His pioneering and steadfast efforts to enforce terms of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act of 1920 makes him the winner of the Native Hawaiian Legal Corporation's 2009 Native Hawaiian Advocate Award. Sadly, Uncle Jimmy fell ill just days before the August 25, 2009 award ceremony, during which this slide show was shown to the rapt attention of the large audience gathered at the annual convention of the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement. He remains in critical condition at this writing.

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          • Life Group Promo 2009

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            • Red Wagon leadership Week 2

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              WEEK 2 - STOP FOR LEMONADE

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              • Red Wagon Leadership Week 1

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                WEEK 1 - THE RADIO FLYER IS A SWEET RIDE

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                • Devastation Week 6

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                  8/16 – ENJOY A PROMISED LAND (JOEL 3:17-21)

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                  • SS Racing @ ERME August 2009

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                    • Devastation WEEK 5

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                      GIVE THE DEVIL HELL (JOEL 3:1-16)

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