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Native Hawaiians, Asian Americans Show Support for North Dakota Pipeline Protest - NBC News

28.9.16

Native Hawaiians, Asian Americans Show Support for North Dakota Pipeline Protest - NBC News: Post by NBC News.

"Our hearts go out to all of the protectors of Standing Rock and to protectors everywhere who are risking their health, safety and even their lives to stand for Mother Earth (Papahanaumoku)," wrote Kealoha Pisciotta in a statement on behalf of the Mauna Kea Hui, Flores-Case 'Ohana, KAHEA: The Hawaiian Environmental Alliance, and Mauna Kea Anaina Hou. "We are humbled by our Native American brothers and sisters who have stood for hundreds of years and who have survived genocide and continue to stand for what is pono (righteous). Our hearts are breaking seeing what has been done and for what is happening now; and yet our hearts are lifted also as we see your bravery and courage."


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