Ikaika Hussey

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Ikaika Hussey is an Hawaii activist.

DSA member

[[NFAafsd.JPG Honolulu Democratic Socialists of America|Democratic Socialists of Honolulu]] May 16, 2018

Tonight, four DSA members won their primaries for the State House in Pennsylvania, upending expectations. We're just getting started.


We have five endorsed members running in races in Hawaii from the State House to City Council, Lt. Governor to Congress.

DSA endorsement


Honolulu Democratic Socialists of America, May 14.

Local progressive publisher Ikaika Hussey is running for City Council District 6. Citing the Mondragon Cooperative as an inspiration, his platform includes municipalization of our energy grid, encouraging the development of cooperatives, public transit + housing as a human right.

Hawaii Independent Cooperative Press

The initial Board of Directors of the Hawaii Independent Cooperative Press consisted of: Ikaika Hussey, Herb Hussey, Kimo Campbell, Niklaus Schweitzer, Daniel Nahoopii, John Witeck, Chris Conybeare, Tanna Hee, and Bernard Paloma.[1]

Quito "peace" conference

March 5-9, 2007 Hundreds of activists from around the world came together March 5 through 9 to attend the International Conference for the Abolition of Foreign Military Bases at the Catholic University in Quito, Ecuador.

Many U.S. activists were present at the conference including Medea Benjamin from Global Exchange and Code Pink; Joseph Gerson of the American Friends Service Committee; Ikaika Hussey, a Hawaiian anti-base activist; Genaro Rendon, Co-Director of the Southwest Workers Union and the Committee for Environmental Justice Action in San Antonio, Texas, and John Lindsay-Poland of the Fellowship of Reconciliation.

Medea Benjamin pointed out how the American people are hurt by U.S. foreign military bases as it diverts money from social causes and promotes militarism. "The U.S. people do not want more bases abroad. We know it is not about protecting people but protecting corporate profits. We are victims of the empire and our kids are getting killed." [2]

Media Council Hawaii

As at Sept. 11, 2009, Ikaika Hussey served as a Board Member at Large for the Media Council Hawaii. The Council was founded in 1970 and is a non-profit with the stated aim of improving public access to information and promoting accurate and fair journalism in Hawaii.[3]