October 21st, 2005

Footprints in the sand

On Hawaiians Getting Arrested When Trying to Stop Thieves



"On Sept. 4, 1978, 60 people, including 51 native Hawaiians and nine news reporters and cameramen, were arrested during a protest which briefly shut down Hilo Airport."



Seen at http://starbulletin.com/2000/03/02/news/story1.html


Some Hawaiians protested at the Hilo Airport in 1978 when they illegally built the Hilo Airport on Hawaiian land. Very few people know this and/or remember this. Some of course do not care but like Dr REV MLK JR once said... injustice anywhere is injustice everywhere.


Anyway recently four Hawaiians were arrested for "trespassing" near the end of the runway on Maui:

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It's a great thing that some people are protesting since the land does not belong to the state of Hawaii. It "belongs" to Hawaiians.


Ku E: Stand differently. Think differently.


No be shame cuz I not shame (LOL)


Cross-posted to _nativeamerican.