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Hau`oli la Hanau Queen Lydia Liliuokalani

 

 

Queen Liliuokalani in a black dress Hawaiian Monarchy Hawaii

 Lydia Liliʻu Loloku Walania Wewehi Kamakaʻeha, was the last monarch and only queen regnant of the Kingdom of Hawaii. Born (September 2, 1838 – November 11, 1917) today we honor the queen as we are forever indebted to her cause and impact for the native people of Hawaii.

Weekend Recap IV

What an exciting weekend, local boy Yancy Medeiros defeats Damon Jackson in UFC 177 with an unusual choke. Putting Yancey with a professional record of (10-2 MMA, 1-2 UFC). Yancy Medeiros capitalized when Jackson, anxious to take the bout to the ground, exposed his neck and offered up a submission opportunity. Congratulations Yancy, keep making Hawaii proud!

MMA: UFC 177-Medeiros vs Jackson

 

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This past weekend our own University of Hawaii Rainbow Warriors faced off against the #25 ranked Washington Huskies. Even though our boys fell short of the victory, they sure did put a fight! Denying the Huskies any points during the 2nd half, the Warriors left the field with pride. A strong start for our football team this year despite all of the controversy and fuckery the UH staff and media  are stirring up. The game is about our boys putting in hard work and representing for Hawaii, let the old folks worry about the rest. Anyway, ending the game with a score of 17-16 with the Huskies pulling in the victory, its safe to say our Warriors came to play and came to Defend Hawaii. This weekend they will be playing Oregon State. Good Luck Hawaiians, we all believe in you!

Support Local Athletes IV

This weeks local athlete is not one, nor two people, but an entire team of dedicated women. We would like to congratulate Neko and the entire Deep Roots team for winning this past weekends Softball tournament in Molokai. The tournament was August 16th-18th held at Kaunakakai Molokai Regional Park. ASA Rules applied.

Being an athlete does not necessarily mean you need to be apart of a professional team or organization. Being an athlete means you have the hard work & determination to excel in however big or small the sport you play is. These women showcased that this past weekend & represented #DefendHawaii doing so. Thats how you support local everything. Local brands, local athletes, locals supporting locals. Once again we would like to congratulate team Deep Roots for the victory & thats it this week for our #SupportLocalAthletes segment. Until next time, keep supporting local & always Defend Hawaii

LOCALS N THE STATE HOODS

DEFEND HAWAII teamed up with RESTLESS KIDS to bring you the “DA BOYZ” collaboration in recognition of Statehood Day.

HAWAII BECAME A STATEHOOD EFFECTIVE AUGUST 21, 1959. SINCE THEN, MUCH HAS CHANGED TO OUR BEAUTIFUL ISLANDS. YET MANY STILL BELIEVE HAWAII IS ALL PALM TREES & CALM BREEZE. IT IS TIME FOR THOSE THAT DONT KNOW, TO KNOW. THIS IS NOT A CELEBRATORY DESIGN, THIS IS AN INFORMATIVE DESIGN. RECOGNIZE THE EVENTS THAT HAVE HAPPENED TO HAWAII. WAKE UP, STAY RESTLESS & DEFEND HAWAII.

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