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Uahikea Maile is a Kanaka Maoli scholar and activist from Maunawili, O‘ahu. Maile’s research focuses on Hawaiian sovereignty, Indigenous critical theory, settler colonialism, and decolonization. His work has appeared in The Guardian, Journal of t...

Sovereignty in Motion – BPR Interviews: Uahikea Maile

Uahikea Maile is a Kanaka Maoli scholar and activist from Maunawili, O‘ahu. Maile’s research focuses on Hawaiian sovereignty, Indigenous critical theory, settler colonialism, and decolonization. His work has appeared in The Guardian, Journal of t...