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Lectures, workshops held on Mauna Kea

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Opponents of the TMT gathered in the evening mist while listening to Hawaiian music on Sunday at the base of Mauna Kea. While law enforcement presence remained at a minimum, kupuna and other members of the TMT opposition immersed participants in Hawaiian music, language, culture, and history, reiterating the importance of “Kapu Aloha.”
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Musician Brother Noland plays on Sunday at Mauna Kea.
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TerrellJames Kanealiikeikiokaaina Williams, who flew all the way from San Diego, Calif., holds ti leaf in the mist while listening to Hawaiian music on Sunday at Mauna Kea.
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UH Manoa professor of Hawaiian studies Jamaica Osorio gives oral history to participants atop Puu Huluhulu on Sunday.
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The intersection of Saddle Road and Mauna Kea Access Road, where the puuhonua is set up.
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TMT opposition leader Kahookahi Kanuha teaches Hawaiian language to participants on Sunday.
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Kona resident Keola Dudoit looks out with wife Nicola, son Makoa, 12, and daughter Kaia, 11, over the view of the intersection of Saddle Road and Mauna Kea Access Road on Sunday.
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Opponents of the TMT pause to look at Mauna Kea on Sunday.
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Opponents of the TMT gathered in the evening mist on Sunday.
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UH Manoa professor of Hawaiian studies Jamaica Osorio gives oral history to participants atop Puu Huluhulu on Sunday.
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Waimea resident Liliu Ross, right, exchanges breath with Laupahoehoe head of Hawaiian studies Lanakila Mangauil atop Puu Huluhulu on Sunday.
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Laupahoehoe head of Hawaiian studies Lanakila Mangauil, back, embraces Honolulu resident Kaimilani Brown atop Puu Huluhulu during the seventh day of protests against the TMT telescope at the base of Mauna Kea.
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TMT opposition leader Kahookahi Kanuha teaches Hawaiian language to participants on Sunday.
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TerrellJames Kanealiikeikiokaaina Williams, who flew all the way from San Diego, Calif., holds ti leaf in the mist while listening to Hawaiian music on Sunday.
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Kona resident Keola Dudoit looks out with wife Nicola, son Makoa, 12, and daughter Kaia, 11, over the view of the intersection of Saddle Road and Mauna Kea Access Road on Sunday.
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Opponents of the TMT gathered in the evening mist while listening to Hawaiian music on Sunday.
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Opponents of the TMT gathered in the evening mist while listening to Hawaiian music during the seventh day of protests against the TMT telescope on Mauna Kea.
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TMT opposition leader Kahookahi Kanuha teaches Hawaiian language to participants on Sunday.
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Kalihi resident Kealohi Kekumu-Marino, 17, sings along to Hawaiian music while standing in the evening mist on Sunday.