Hawai’i Peace & Justice

For more than a decade, Hawaiʻi Peace & Justice (HPJ) has worked to promote social justice and ea in Hawaiʻi through community organizing, popular education, non-violent direct action and coalition to dismantle the oppressive structures of the US military-political-economic complex that prevent the restoration of Kanaka Maoli sovereignty and self determination. They are also internationalists who have help to build out international networks of resistance to military occupation throughout the Pacific, helping to expose and weaken the US military presence in Hawaiʻi and provided vital analysis and information to their Pacific partners. HPJ supports Aloha ʻĀina organizations by working with Kanaka led ʻāina restoration and cultural access organizations such as Mālama Mākua and Kaʻala Farms to demonstrate the alternatives to a war economy.