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Getting rid of artwork takes protecting sacred too far

By David Shapiro

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 15, 2013

~~<p>Forays by Native Hawaiians into art criticism are taking a troubling turn toward cultural Talibanism.</p>
<p>First, Rep. Faye Hanohano banned state-owned art by &quot;haoles,&quot; &quot;Japs&quot; and &quot;Pakes&quot; from her Capitol office.</p>
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Forays by Native Hawaiians into art criticism are taking a troubling turn toward cultural Talibanism.

First, Rep. Faye Hanohano banned state-owned art by "haoles," "Japs" and "Pakes" from her Capitol office. Login for more...



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