Oʻahu Water Protectors
US navy to shut Red Hill Hawaiian activists celebrate closure announcement of Navy’s fuel facility

The US department of defense announced the permanent shut down the controversial Red Hill fuelling facility in Hawai’i after a recent leak contaminated the primary drinking water source for its most populous island

US Navy’s toxic boot-print on Hawaii

Hawaiian activist Kawenaʻulaokalā Kapahua speaks to Vijay Prashad about how the US Navy has poisoned the largest water source on the Hawaiian island of Oahu

Hawaiians demand justice after pollution of water source from navy facility

On December 10, the Hawaii Department of Health announced that the Navy found gasoline and diesel-range hydrocarbons in the Red Hill shaft. For eight decades, the Navy has stored upwards of 200 million gallons of fuel only about 100 feet above an underground aquifer