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Ethnic Studies – Final Exam Study Guide o Osorio, Jonathan Kay Kamakawiwo’ole. “Hawaiian Issues” What is the role of the U.S. military in ongoing settler colonialism in HI? How has awareness and education surrounding native hawaiian history and struggles changed? In communities, and in school systems? How is the notion of “rights” deployed, both for and against indigenous claims of sovereignty? According to Osorio, what are the most compelling visions for the restoration of Hawaiian sovereignty and governance by the people? How are they being enacted today? o Trask, Mililani. “Hawaiian Sovereignty.” How does Trask define Hawaiian sovereignty? What happened during the time of annexation? What is the violent history of the U.S. seizure of land in HI? What is Ka Lāhui as a social and governmental system? How does it inform a new vision for future native sovereignty? o Fujikane, Candace. “Introduction.” Asian Settler Colonialism What is Asian settler colonialism? What forms of reactionary pushback do scholars and activists who discuss the settler colonialism of communities of color face? o U.S. Apologies to Native Americans and Native Hawaiians How does the U.S. protect itself from demands for reparations?

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