Native Hawaiian leaders denounce violence by group that stormed OHA office
By Nina Wu email@example.com
Jan. 25, 2019
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Five people were arrested last week after a radical sovereignty group muscled its way into the Office of Hawaiian Affairs headquarters. Prominent leaders in the Native Hawaiian community condemned the actions Thursday.
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Noe Noe Wong-Wilson, executive director of the Lalakea Foundation, on behalf of kumu hula, spoke Thursday against the use of violence in front of OHA headquarters, which 13 men stormed last week.