Joshua Lanakila Mangauil
Father: Stephen Mangauil, Hawaiian & Filipino
Mother: Maureen McGraw, Scottish & Irish
Kanu o ka 'Aina New Century Public Charter School, Kamuela, HI
Diploma awarded: May/June 2004
Hawaii Community College
Fall 2005 - Spring 2006
2014: Founder/Director, E Ola Mau I Ka Pono Hawaiian Cultural Center Of Hāmākua
Kumu/Hawn Studies-2005-08, Kanu o ka Aina; 2005-11 Hamakua Youth Center; 2005-12 Honokaa High/El; 2013-14 Waiakea El
Location: Maui County
I was charged with obstruction, during the protest march against the Solar Telescope on Haleakala, Maui.
As a Kanaka Maoli, he kama o Hawaii, as a Aloha 'Āina i am running for a delegate seat in this up coming 'Aha. I stand as a voice for the 'Āina and for the people of these islands. I stand as a voice for the many Kanaka Maoli including those who are being ostracized for not participating in historically mismanaged roll commissions. Yet this Na'i Aupuni 'Aha, who's origins and process is also extremely questionable, will greatly impact the future of all Kanaka Maoli families and our home land.
I am running to safeguard the cultural and human rights of our people, and the sovereign right of our nation. I will stand for all people, native and non-native that support a rightful governing body for these islands.
I stand to advocate for an honorable, truthful, and beautifully rich step into the future for the lands of Hawaii and those who accept the Kuleana of calling these islands home.
Me ke aloha wale no
Joshua Lanakila O Ka 'Āina I Ka Pono Mangauil
The delegate candidate represent these 10 people are eligible voters who have nominated them
- Lisa-Marie H. Martin
- Devaun Kaleoaloha Gamayo-Dias
- Dwight Joseph Martin
- Duane Jason Chong
- Kawika Kolomana Kamake'eaina
- Keola Kala Mahi
- Melissa A.L. Lindsey
- Daniel William Iini Kihe McDonald
- Keanuenue Kaholi Roldan
- Don Ikaikamaikai Gamulo