Can Wikipedia be trusted? Here's their article on Hawaiian separatist and University of Hawaii professor Haunani-Kay Trask.
Until you get to the very last link you'd think everything was just haole-dory. But, there at the bottom - added by an unknown and lone contributor, appears a link to the article Hate America Professor:
"We need to think very, very clearly about who the enemy is. The enemy is the United States of America and everyone who supports it."
The statement transcribed above is but a small sampling of the venom and hatred that typically spills from the mouth of Haunani-Kay Trask, a Professor at the Center for Hawaiian Studies at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. A guru of the racial separation/ethnic nationalism movement, Trask routinely abuses her position an educator (and American tax dollars) to spread racist and anti-American doctrine throughout the University of Hawaii student body, sometimes violently opposing the dissenting voices that arise on campus and elsewhere on the Island...
...Professor Trasks' racial instigation is not restricted to mere verbal assaults. On September 5th, 2002, the Honolulu Advisor reported, "threats of violence had intimidated the director of the Academy of Lifelong Learning and frightened away the elderly students who had signed up for [Professor Kenneth] Conklin's course on Hawaiian sovereignty." In response to this incident, Professor Trask not only expressed her outrage that a man who opposes the racist elements of the Hawaiian sovereignty movement would be allowed to speak at the Center for Hawaiian Studies but also overtly endorsed physical violence as a means by which to protect the racist agenda of the Hawaiian sovereignty movement. When asked to comment on the cancellation of the class due to threats of violence, Professor Trask responded that, "it's great that somebody came back at [Professor Conklin] and threatened him..."
MultiCultiCult · Tue, 01/11/2005 - 19:42 · Importance: 1