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Broken Trust - ~ry J~cJ ~vJ~ Samuel P King Randall ~ Roth...

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Samuel P. King & Randall ~ Roth ~ry J~cJ, ~vJ~~ Greed, Mismanagement, & Political Manipulation at America's Largest Charitable Trust A laHluJe 20 Jgook MW~I Univ",ity ofHawai'i p"" Honolulu
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© 2006 University of Hawai'i Press All rights reserved Printed in the United States of America 11 10 09 08 07 06 6 5 4 3 2 1 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data King, Samuel P. Broken trust: greed, mismanagement & political manipulation at America's largest charitable trust / Samuel P. King & Randall W. Roth. p.cm. "A Latitude 20 Book." Includes index. ISBN-13: 978-0-8248-3014-4 (hardcover: alk. paper) ISBN-lO: 0-8248-3014-8 (hardcover: alk. paper) ISBN-13: 978-0-8248-3044-1 (pbk. : alk. paper) ISBN-lO: 0-8248-3044-X (pbk. : alk. paper) 1. Kamehameha Schools/Bernice Pauahi Bishop Estate- Trials, litigation, etc. 2. Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations -Hawaii. 3. Hawaiians-Legal status, laws, etc. 4. Charities- Corrupt practices-Hawaii. I. Roth, Randall W. II. Title. KF228.K36K56 2006 345.969 I o28-dc22 2005032815 University of Hawai'i Press books are printed on acid-free paper and meet the guidelines for permanence and durability of the Council on Library Resources. Designed by Julie Allred, BW&A Books, Inc. Printed by the Maple-Vail Book Manufacturing Group "_("'(1; "'" 1)-, C lJ'SJGladys Kamakakuokalani Brandt and Monsignor Charles A. Kekumano, whose wisdom, unfailing humor, and guidance helped to restore a legacy. Pau ka 'oe hana, pia ka 'oe ahi. Lele ka haka, 'eheu a na manu. Your work is done; your fire is extinguished. The spirit has flown away, borne on the wings of birds.
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Acknowledgments ix Foreword by Gladys Kamakakuokalani Brandt xi Introduction by David Shapiro 1 Princess for a New Hawai'i 11 2 A Culture Suppressed 31 3 "Where Are All the Hawaiian-Looking Ones?" 43 4 Newfound Wealth, Cultural Rebirth, Seeds of Discontent 53 5 The Trust Plays Politics as Activism Grows 65 6 Shell-Shocked Lottery Winners 81 7 The "Black and Blue" Panel 89 8 Five Fingers, One Hand 97 9 The Education Trustee 105 10 "We Must March!" 125 11 A Tinderbox Waiting for a Match 143 12 Time to Say "No More " 151 13 Like Investigating the CIA 167 14 Mistrust and Paranoia 185 15 A World Record for Breaches of Trust 195 16 "That's Just the Way You Do It" 211
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17 Public Pressure Forces a Political Shift 219 18 Trustees Surrounded 229 19 End of the Line 245 20 "Healing" and "Closure" 267 21 Eternal Vigilance 283 Afterword by Jan Hanohano Dill 299 Appendix: The Charitable Trust Provisions of Princess Pauahi's Will and Two Codicils 301 Credits for Photographs and Editorial Cartoons 305 Index 307 viii Contents v~ hoot dRJJwb~ events in the political, economic, and educational life of Hawai'i that were precipitated by the turmoil at Kamehameha Schools/Bishop Estate between 1997 and 1999. A defining moment oc- curred on May 15, 1997, when a large group of Kamehameha 'ohana (close-knit supporters) marched to the offices of the Bishop Estate trustees to protest aspects of the school's management. The marchers then formed Na Pua a KeAli'i Pauahi (the Children of Princess Pauahi), whose membership quickly grew to about four thousand.
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