“This moment in history is powerful beyond imagination for our keiki (children), our ‘āina (land, environment), and our lāhui (people, nation), because while we resist desecration of Mauna a Wākea we are not only imagining but creating a new future at Pu‘uhonua o Pu‘uhuluhulu. Ka wā mamua, ka wā mahope. (The future is found in the past.) We are living here and now beyond the confines of capitalism and colonialism, where people of all genders, all ages, all abilities are loved, included and able to lead.”