01:20 - Keoni’s Background and Superpower: Building things quickly.
03:57 - Respect for Indiginous Cultures + Community + People
08:55 - Ownership of Data
14:52 - Learning Māori
18:59 - Indigenous Data Sovereignty
31:16 - History: The U.S. Occupation of The Kingdom of Hawaii
36:58 - Creating a License to Protect Data Sovereignty
41:45 - Sharing Data Responsibly
47:37 - Building and Having A Sense of Community
54:38 - Mauna Kea Protests; Cultural Fit
Rein: If we want to organize successfully in our communities, shared culture and deep connection of people enables solidarity.
Amy: Look back through history for examples of groups of people sharing skills and industry knowledge.
Keoni: Go to and experience Mauna Kea if you have the chance. Also, connecting to community. What enables to do the right thing? What is the right thing? Do the right thing.
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