Pasifika Issues Podcast: Our Take on Legal Issues in the Pasifika Community
By Pasifika Issues Podcast
American Law Podcast. This is a conversation that started long ago during the creation of U.S. founding chapter, Pasifika Law Students of TJ in San Diego, CA. In this show, Pasifika legal analysts in the American diaspora discuss issues that pertain to us. Cover art photo provided by Bukohri Eso on Unsplash:unsplash.com/@naiyeeindy
(4/4) Should West Papua be on the UN Agenda? Yes!: cont Interview Herman Wainggai. Peaceful protests to oppose Special Autonomy Law of 2001. Call of Action TODAY to help Brother Herman Wainggai & Free West Papua. Write or Call US Rep about Human Rights issues in West Papua.
(3/4) Should West Papua be on the UN Agenda? Yes!: cont Interview Herman Wainggai. There has been no proper referendum for WP yet. Improper 1969 NY Agreement. Disproportionate vote at Gunpoint. Displacement of WP people. Economic interest in territory. Largest Gold Mine in the World is in the Pacific, in West Papua. Oil, other Natural Resources. Need UN to Act. West Papua needs to be on the UN Agenda. Inspiration from efforts of Congressman Eni Faleomavaega. Recognition from Senator Tim Kaine & Congressman Gerry Connolly.
(2/4) Should West Papua be on the UN Agenda? Yes!: cont Interview Herman Wainggai. Human rights violations. WP peaceful protests. Dr Thom Wainggai (Nationalist leader & Advocate for self-determination and Melanesian identity). Discrimination, specifically targeting West Papuans.
(1/4) Should West Papua be on the UN Agenda? Yes!: Anchor • Pasifika Issues Podcast cohosts: Leauma and Ruby • We invite Donors, Sponsors, Listeners to support us. • Introducing: Herman Wainggai - Free West Papua Leader • Historical context of how Indonesia took possession of West Papua.
This is the fourth and last part of the Birthright Citizenship series. The discussion connects the dots between land and birthright citizenship, and asserts the value of generational wealth, generational land, and generational culture.
This is the third part of the series. The discussion includes impact of Social Media, Clarification of issues, Preservation of Indigenous rights & interests, and Alternatives to birthright citizenship.